BODEN Wins Top Women in Communications Awards

We are proud to announce that Natalie Boden, President & Founder, and Lauren Gongora, Vice President & Partner at BODEN, have been recognized as honorees in the Visionary and Leader categories of Ragan’s Top Women in Communications Awards program!

The program recognizes the inspirational, influential and fearless women who are changing the narrative and shaping the future of the communications industry.


Natalie Boden has been selected as an honoree in the Visionary category, joining an elite group of women who can see around the corner.

Identifying a need to Lead with Culture™ and armed with a deep understanding of the multicultural consumer, Natalie established the importance of changing the way companies view and market to today’s diverse audiences. She anticipates trends within the multicultural space and helps brands lead with purpose by investing in and empowering multicultural communities.


Lauren Gongora has been selected as an honoree in the Leader category. The recipients of this award lead with conviction and empathy, and have a team that looks up to them.

Lauren empowers and encourages her team to go beyond their comfort zones by setting thoughtful, yet attainable, goals. There isn’t a day that you won’t find Lauren coaching her team and challenging them to think differently. She motivates them to develop best-in-class strategies that build brand reputation and increase client results.

She is known for her optimistic attitude and strategic skills. Lauren sets an impeccable example as a leader and public relations all-star.

Related Articles

BODEN Wins HPRA's National ¡BRAVO! Award for 2017 Agency of the Year

We're thrilled to share that we've been recognized as Agency of the Year by the Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA).
Read More

BODEN in PRWeek: How Hispanic PR is Different this Year

As featured in PRWeek, here are some of the top trends Boden founder Natalie Boden has seen this year that will carry over into 2018.
Read More

DACA: Should your brand take a stand?

An overview of what DACA is and what the implications are to taking a stand.
Read More