Audrey Dunn

Communications Manager

Audrey Dunn stands on a boardwalk bridge holding a fishing rod in her hands. A small fish is dangling from the end of the rod.Audrey (she/her) was lucky enough to spend years working as a research assistant on ecological studies around the globe, collecting data to help better understand Madagascar’s red-bellied and blue-eyed black lemurs, Indonesia’s Bornean orangutans, Eurasian Oystercatchers in the Netherlands, and Black-tailed Godwits in Poland. Spending months observing these unique species in their native habitats inspired Audrey to move back home to help conserve and protect the ecosystems of the US.

She spent three and a half years at a Riverkeeper organization in southeastern 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 is a certified North Carolina Environmental Educator and is passionate about working towards a healthy, sustainable, and just world for all.