Audrey Waters is a Brooklyn-born Army brat who relishes adventure, appreciates creativity and embraces philanthropy. She is also director of public relations for MJHS Health System, which was founded by The Four Brooklyn Ladies and is now one of the largest not-for-profit health systems in Greater New York.
Prior to joining MJHS Health System, Audrey worked in the Washington, DC area for a leading international law firm; an organization founded by Gen. Colin Powell; a telecommunications giant; and a large independent global public relations agency. She also taught at The George Washington University.
After graduating from Middlebury College, Audrey interned at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations and for a political polling firm. She then served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Commonwealth of Dominica and Republic of Guyana.
Following her return to the U.S., Audrey earned a graduate degree at The George Washington University while working as a Fellow with the Defense Writers Group and the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Public Affairs. She also supported the Political Unit of CBS News’ Washington Bureau. Her prior media experience was reporting for Armed Forces Network in Korea and Germany. Her first on air story was about Sparky the Fire Dog.