Lauren Staley-Ferry for Will County Clerk to open campaign office

Lauren Staley-Ferry for Will County Clerk to open campaign office
August 14, 2018 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm America/Chicago Timezone
Lauren Staley-Ferry for Will County Clerk
328 Republic Avenue
Lauren Staley-Ferry for Will County Clerk

Lauren Staley-Ferry for Will County Clerk to open campaign office

Democrat Lauren Staley-Ferry will officially open her Will County campaign office on Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at 5:30 pm at 328 Republic Avenue, Joliet, Il.

Joining Staley-Ferry will be State Rep. Natalie Manley and State Rep. Larry Walsh, Jr., leading members of Will County’s progressive government.

Lauren Staley-Ferry Democrat for Will County Clerk  Campaign ofc opening invite Aug. 14, 2018

Lauren Staley-Ferry Democrat for Will County Clerk Campaign ofc opening invite Aug. 14, 2018

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In late 2013, Lauren was asked to run for the Will County Board. Although she never really considered running for an elected office, she was excited about having an opportunity to serve the community in a new way. Lauren ran a campaign based on accessibility, accountability and a desire to bring the perspective of the working family and working mother to the decision making body of the Will County government. After a yearlong effort to speak to the people of district 9, while still boarding the train for Chicago at 6 most mornings, and balancing the responsibilities of home and a full time class load at Rasmussen College, Lauren was the top vote getter in the race. In 2016, Lauren was chosen by her peers to take a leadership role on the board as minority whip. Her fellow board members recognized her organizational skills, work ethic and ability to reach across the aisle to get things accomplished.

Lauren Staley-Ferry is a corporate trained process improvement and project management professional with 11 years of Fortune 500 experience in a national top 10 bank. In 2006, Lauren began her career at the then HSBC (purchased by CapitalOne in 2011) in an entry level operations position. She advanced quickly up the corporate ladder by earning a reputation as a top performer in every role along the way. 

Early on she led her VIP team as the point of contact for all escalated requests and issues for the bank’s business partners. She managed a 10 person team and implemented a cross training initiative for 100+ operations associates to acquire new skills and engage with new business areas.

In 2012, Lauren transitioned into a Principal Process Manager position. In this role, Lauren worked with CapitalOne partners to provide support for their credit card programs. She was responsible for completing audits to ensure regulatory compliance and mitigate risk for CapitalOne. Her duties also included a project that successfully rolled out the Card program for new retail outlets around the country. Lauren also held events at store locations to engage new business and increase retention of existing customers. 

In 2015, Lauren moved into third party management. She oversaw control plans, third party management requirements, and owned information assurance assessments. She worked with internal supplier managers to research and negotiate the best terms for CapitalOne partners. Lauren also established relationships with key internal personnel to help resolve business partner issues. 

In December of 2015, Lauren returned to process management. In this assignment she led and collaborated with internal teams for the development of customer acquisitions for CapitalOne retail partners while continue to build the cardholder relationship. Lauren provided thought leadership to colleagues as a respected subject matter expert on multiple processes. She also established a 30 person cross-functional bi-weekly meeting that ensured progress updates and timely resolution of impediments for all ongoing projects. She was the lead intent owner of major process improvement projects. Lauren also designed, produced, and monitored metrics for Tier 3 regulatory complaints, as well as contractural Service Level Agreements. She also managed key technological, digital, and loyalty program advancements. 

In May of 2017, Lauren chose to leave CapitalOne. She decided to pursue other opportunities that would better allow her to serve in her County Board role. The demands of both roles had reached a level that would not allow her to live up to her own personal standards, as a manager or as a public servant. Her resignation was met with a great deal of surprise by her colleagues, but for Lauren choosing service over career was the only choice.

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