Currently based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Lauralyn is a Filipina third culture individual with around 15 years of experience in several diverse roles, from Multimedia Design to Branding & Marketing Communications to Project Management to Sales.
Lauralyn has worked with clients (paid & voluntary) from North America to Asia-Pacific. Some of the accounts and projects she’s handled cover the following industries:
- Civil Societies (Wetlands International, UNHCR, UN Women)
- F&B (Cold Stone Creamery and more)
- Education (University of Malaya and more)
- Government (Youth & Sports Ministry Malaysia)
- Healthcare / Pharmaceutical (Abbott)
- Hardware & Software (Dell)
- Insurance (Gibraltar BSN)
- Media (South China Morning Post)
- Telecommunications (DiGi, YES, U Mobile, and more)
Lauralyn is part of the UN Women APAC 30 for 2030 network, a youth leadership network determined to accelerate progress toward the 2030 Agenda from a feminist perspective, break down gender barriers, and make gender equality a working reality in our spheres of influence.
Constantly learning/unlearning/relearning, Lauralyn acknowledges the power of mass communication and is a strong advocate for Women's Rights, LGBTQ+ Rights, Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights, preventing Gender-Based Violence, Health & Wellbeing, and Economic Empowerment.
Outside her day job and 30 for 2030 initiatives, Lauralyn returns to her technical foundation and offers writing and multimedia design services to social causes like MND Malaysia.
When Lauralyn isn’t doing any of the above, she’s a human who does her best to live an authentic life while indulging in pleasures like comedy, singing, and dancing – to name a few.
Lauralyn is also open to connecting and collaborating with like-minded people. Send her a meme, or if you're a social cause that needs help with how to best present yourself to an audience and tells your story, drop her a note via WhatsApp, email, or slide into her DMs on social media.