Audrey Damman is the Program Coordinator of the Managing for Results (MfR) team. She works to develop and implement MfR’s communications plan, technical support for Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning, and WRI’s annual planning.

Prior to joining WRI, Audrey worked as a Research Assistant for the Mekong Culture WELL Project, where she contributed to UNESCO’s Heritage Impact Assessment of the Luang Prabang Hydropower Project and conducted independent research in Northern Thailand surrounding livelihood adaptations to hydrological change along on the Mekong River. She also worked as a farmer at Tres Estrellas Organic Farm in Tecate, Mexico; as an ESL Tutor at the Refugee Development Center; and as an intern for Amartya and Fundación Metáfora, two environmental nonprofits based in Buenos Aires.

Audrey earned a B.A. in Comparative Cultures and Politics from Michigan State University, James Madison College. She also received minors in Spanish and Applied Development in International Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Audrey is a Michigander. In her time, she enjoys crafting, searching for petoskey stones, cooking, listening to stories, and spending time with friends.