Audrey Hornick-Becker is an operations project manager in the Office of the Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, General Counsel and Secretary. In this capacity, she orchestrates and collaborates on strategic operation's priorities aiming to improve the efficiency of operational and programmatic work.
Prior to this joining the Foundation, Ms. Hornick-Becker spearheaded executive office board operations for the Environmental Defense Fund where she was responsible for board materials, board relations, and the successful execution of multiple board meetings a year. She has accumulated 15 years of project management experience in the nonprofit sector and has worked for other impactful organizations such as WNET Thirteen – New York's PBS station, Central Park Conservatory, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust.
She earned her bachelor's degree from Hampshire College and a master's in nonprofit management from The New School.