National Development Coordinator
Audrey grew up loving nature as she spent most of her childhood playing in her grandparent’s backyard. In 2011, she started a Conservation Internship at A Rocha which turned out to be a life changing adventure. Not only did she change her major at UFV and completely fall in love with the natural world around her, she also rediscovered the Salish Sucker in the Little Campbell River.
After her internship, Audrey completed her Bachelor of Arts at UFV with a major in Geography with a concentration in Environmental Sciences and an extended minor in English. Now she is works in the National Office as the National Development Coordinator. She does a wide variety of things from thanking donors to assisting with appeals to entering donations.