Lauren is the property editor of the Telegraph, where she looks after the weekly Property supplement. She joined the Telegraph in 2014 as a business reporter, after a two-year stint studying and working in New York.

She has written for the Wall Street Journal, The Times, The Atlantic Magazine, Quartz (qz.com), The Huffington Post, City A.M., Mic, Tablet Magazine, The Jewish Daily Forward and The Jewish Chronicle, among others.

Lauren graduated with honours from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, where she was awarded the Richard T. Baker prize for outstanding work in her newspaper feature writing class, the Journalism Editorial prize for an opinion article on not teaching Dickens in schools, and the prestigious Henry N. Taylor prize, which is awarded each year to the international student “who has best demonstrated the qualities of a superior journalist”.

She studied Theology at the University of Cambridge, where she was elected to be president of the Cambridge Union Society. (Watch this video to see the kind of speakers she hosted.) Several events she organised received international media coverage, including debates on pornography, the British government and the Muslim face veil, as well as an exclusive talk by Julian Assange.

Lauren tweets from @laurendavidson.