Since 2000, Audrey has worked as a consultant for both the International Telecommunication Union at the United Nations and USAID, in areas ranging from e-government research and analysis, to regulatory analyses and the evolution of 3G mobile standards. Audrey has a background in management consulting from PricewaterhouseCoopers. Her experience includes business development, marketing and sales at an NSF-funded software start-up called Wireless Grids Corporation.
She holds a PhD in Technology Policy & Development Studies from The Fletcher School, as well as degrees from The London School of Economics and Wellesley College. In 2003-4 she was a doctoral fellow at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government.