Audrey graduated from Northern Michigan University with a dual bachelor’s in environmental science and writing. Upon leaving college, she started working in the invasive species field and never stopped. Work opportunities led her up to Traverse City in 2016 and she fell in love with the area. Audrey has been with the Invasive Species Network since 2017, starting as an Invasive Species Survey Technician. The next field season, she was Treatment Crew Lead. Eventually full time funding allowed her to work as an Invasive Species Specialist in 2019, covering additional hemlock woolly adelgid surveys. In the midst of many changes in 2021, Audrey was promoted to ISN's Coordinator at the end of the year. If you're not already familiar with Audrey, you might spot her by her brightly colored hair! With an educational background in Environmental Science, Writing, and GIS, Audrey recently started a Masters Program in Conservation Biology. When she's not at work or studying, Audrey likes to read, hike, and play with her cats.