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was a Doctoral Fellow at the NCDG while she pursued a Ph.D. at the
Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy at Tufts University. She
holds Masters Degrees from the Fletcher School (2001) as well as the
London School of Economics (1997) in International Relations. Her areas
of specialization include technology policy and management,
international information and communication, and the field of law and
development. Her academic work focused on the impact of ICTs on
post-communist states, particularly insofar as they affect innovation,
economic development, and political governance in Eastern Europe and
the Caucasus. Prior to re-entering academia, Audrey worked as a
research consultant in the retail/consumer products and e-business
strategy groups of PricewaterhouseCoopers Management Consulting in New
held short-term external consultant positions at the Strategy and
Policy Unit of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in
Geneva, Switzerland, working on issues around "3rd Generation" mobile
technologies, and "ICTs and Human Rights" (as background work for the
World Summit on the Information Society).
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