Audrey Cohen joined JFS Orlando in 2018. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Zoology with a concentration in conservation biodiversity from Auburn University. After college, she moved back to her hometown of Altamonte Springs and worked for an independent environmental consulting company, performing environmental assessments, endangered and threatened species surveys, gopher tortoise burrow surveys, and relocations. Audrey has worked with a variety of wildlife and in many different terrains, and she is also a certified gopher tortoise agent. She is most proud of her field work in Swaziland, Africa working on small mammal research.

Looking to switch from scientific field work into the nonprofit world, Audrey began working at JFS. Her duties as Program Coordinator include keeping the Pearlman Emergency Food Pantry organized and well-stocked, shopping at Second Harvest Food Bank and picking-up all grocer food donations, coordinating agency volunteers, and operating the RIDE Program.

Outside of work, Audrey loves to travel and experience new cultures around the world. She has been to 28 different countries so far, including South Africa where she completed a volunteer project to refurbish a village school. Audrey has volunteered her entire life with nonprofits and has a passion for helping others. She just wants to contribute what she can to the world.

To contact Audrey:

407-644-7593 ext. 249 or