Audrey Taylor, MDP, RN serves as Research Manager for the Health and Human Rights Program where she applies over ten years’ experience in health care and international development to human rights research and advocacy. Since receiving her Master of Develop Practice (MDP) from UC Berkeley in 2016, she has conducted and managed a large portfolio of research in global health, humanitarian response, and sexual and gender-based violence in Uganda, Jordan, Afghanistan, Cameroon, and Myanmar and partnered with academic and non-academic professionals from countries across Africa, as well as organizations such as the International Rescue Committee, Save the Children UK, Plan UK, and the USAID-OFDA. As a graduate student, Audrey served as a graduate researcher and intern with Human Rights Watch and the Human Rights Center’s Sexual Violence Program, as well as Program Manager for the Global Adolescent Health Colloquium at UC Berkeley’s Center for Global Public Health. Audrey also holds a B.S. in Nursing summe cum laude, and has worked as a pediatric critical care RN at hospitals such as UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
- “Child Marriage in Humanitarian Crises: Girls and Parents Speak Out” with Julie Freccero (Human Rights Center, Save the Children, and Plan International, 2021).
- “Safer cash in conflict: Exploring protection risks and barriers in cash programming for internally displaced persons in Cameroon and Afghanistan” with Julie Freccero, Joanna Ortega, Zabihullah Buda, Paschal Kum Awah, Alexandra Blackwell, Ricardo Pla Cordero, and Eric Stover (IRRC No. 911, 2019).
- "Towards an End to Child Marriage" with Julie Freccero (Human Rights Center & Save the Children, 2018)
- Sexual Exploitation of Unaccompanied Migrant and Refugee Boys in Greece: Approaches to Prevention with Julie Freccero, Dan Biswas, Khaled Alrabe, and Kim Thuy Seelinger (PLoS Med 14, 2017)