Audrey (she/her) grew up exploring the outdoors coast to coast, from the scrubby deserts of southern California to the rolling forests of central Arkansas, all the way to the muddy salt marshes of coastal North Carolina. An avid reader from an early age, she yearned to embark on her own adventures, leading her to find work as a research assistant on studies in Madagascar, Indonesia, the Netherlands, and Poland.
Most recently, she spent three and a half years at a Riverkeeper organization in Wilmington, North Carolina, working first as an AmeriCorps environmental educator, then as a water quality programs coordinator, and finally as their outreach and engagement manager. In January 2023, she moved to New Hampshire to join the Harris Center staff.
Audrey graduated with a BA in Anthropology from Tufts University and an MS in Forest and Nature Conservation from Wageningen University in the Netherlands. She enjoys hiking, cycling, and trying new things, and is passionate about working towards a healthy, sustainable, and just world for all.