Lauryn DeLuca PLY received her undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University in child and youth Studies with a minor in disability studies.
Prior to attending university, Lauryn competed at the 2016 Paralympics in Epee (Women’s Category A). As a once competitive fencer, Lauryn held national championship titles in two weapons while being a Pan American Champion. Lauryn is wildly passionate about creating a more welcoming and engaging environment around fencing and the Paralympic Movement as a whole.
Lauryn currently lives in Billings, Mont., with her partner as she works with Eagle Mount Billings. Eagle Mount Billings provides recreational activities and more to people with disabilities regardless of their ability to pay. Eagle Mount Billings also engages the surrounding Billings area through volunteer opportunities.