Lauren Stockl

Lauren Stockl

Manager, Tradeshows and Events
Lauren Stockl is the Manager of Tradeshows and Events at IMO. Lauren first joined IMO in 2015 as part of the legal department. Then, in 2017 she joined the marketing department to oversee events. She manages upwards of 30 events annually, including national and regional tradeshows, IMO-hosted events, and sponsorships. Lauren holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Maryland.

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