Audrey works in an advisory capacity only to Marmanie. She has a particular interest in sustainable, socially-oriented investments in emerging markets and contributes informally to the work of the group in thought leadership.
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.
Why I’m involved in Marmanie
"I am very pleased to be informally associated in an advisory capacity with Marmanie Consulting Ltd. The richness of our complementary experience and skillsets contributes to the development of a strong social network that benefits us all. For almost any country context, between us we have the capacity to identify people we know, and get the wheels turning on development projects, capacity building, social enterprise support and strategic thinking in a tangible way."