Lauren Weingart

Lauren McKee has been with Behavior Change Institute since 2014. Lauren’s professional interests include information science, process & data management, data science, cybersecurity and full stack development. She greatly values lifelong learning and is constantly working on enhancing & broadening her skillset.

Lauren values her role supporting Behavior Change Institute’s efforts to bring medically-necessary services and support to underserved communities. She also enjoys finding ways to automate or reduce time investment in repetitive work tasks so her teammates can focus on their most meaningful, enjoyable, and interesting work.


Southwestern Indiana Collections Connection Association (SICCA)

Areas of Interest

Information Science
Data Management
Customer Service
Process Design & Management
Employee Satisfaction & Success
Increasing Access to Resources in Underserved Communities.


Bachelor of Arts, University of Evansville

Volunteer Work

2014 – Volunteer, Coalition of Inner City Neighborhoods, Evansville, IN.
2010-2011 – Instructor, German Art & Language Class, K-5. Evansville-Vanderburgh Public Library, Evansville, IN.

The BCI Mission and what it means to me

BCI’s mission to utilize technology to enhance access to resources in traditionally underserved communities is close to my heart. While the context has changed, at the core of my academic & professional life burns a consistent interest in the unique challenges experienced by individuals in marginalized communities and, more recently, in identifying effective strategies to help individuals overcome these challenges. This interest is absolutely personal. Throughout my life I have observed firsthand how factors like an individual’s income, the location of their home, their membership in certain demographic populations and/or social circles, and the public policies in effect in their communities can either increase or decrease their options when they are looking to take steps toward improving their health & quality of life. BCI gives individuals access to services that were previously inaccessible for some, and that is a mission I can stand behind. Hearing client success stories, particularly when the client had been unable to access ABA services prior working with BCI, is the most rewarding part of my work.