About Audrey


Audrey is an accomplished American politics scholar, multimedia journalist, and non-fiction writer. Raised by a single mother on welfare, Audrey spent her early years shuffling in between emergency shelters and transitional housing refuges for homeless women and children. Knowing that education was her only path out of poverty, she excelled in academics and in the arts, attending the nationally acclaimed School for Creative and Performing Arts. She then went on to study at Northwestern University at their prestigious Medill School of Journalism with the support of a grants and scholarship package totaling more than $220,000.

After receiving her bachelor's degree, she worked as a writer and reporter before continuing her education at Yale University as a PhD student in the department of political science. Her work as a doctoral student focused on political inequality, public opinion formation, and methods of public policy influence. Her most recent research on partisan media effects has received coverage from various media outlets alongside its publication in the American Journal of Political Science and Research & Politics.


She now lives in the Northern Liberties neighborhood with her amazing husband, Dan, and their supremely adorable corgi, Iris.