Lauren Compere

Boston Common Asset Management

Lauren Compere is a Managing Director and the Director of Shareholder Advocacy at Boston Common Asset Management (, an employee-owned U.S. social investment firm.  She has primary responsibility working with Boston Common clients and oversees Boston Common’s global shareholder engagement initiatives.  Ms. Compere has worked in the social investment industry for 20 years and has 14 years of experience in global social investing and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences.

Ms. Compere sits on the Governing Board of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR).  She is also the Co-Chair of the Emerging Markets Disclosure Project (EMDP) and serves on the Steering Committee of the U.S. Social Investment Forum’s ( International Working Group.  Ms. Compere previously served as the co-chair of the Access to Health Working Group (2005-2008) and the Human Trafficking Sub-Committee (2006-2008) at ICCR (Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility ( and continues her involvement under the new leadership teams for these issues.  She is the primary author of a white paper called How & Why: Corporations Responding to AIDS (ICCR, Corporate Examiner, March 16, 2007). 

Ms. Compere received her BA in Environmental Studies from the University of Vermont, and her MS in Community Economic Development from Southern New Hampshire University.  She has completed the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Certificate Program at Boston University.


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