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As an interventional pediatric cardiologist at Boston Children’s Hospital between 2001 and 2017, Audrey cared for infants and children born with congenital heart disease, and performed over 300 procedures per year. She is a founding member of the Boston Fetal Cardiac Interventional Program, an internationally-recognized team of operators who developed the procedure to open blocked heart valves before birth. As Chief of Invasive Cardiology at Boston Children's she directed the largest pediatric cardiac catheterization unit in the country. Her clinical research activity is focused in two areas: outcomes of fetal cardiac intervention, and the use of implantable devices in structural heart disease. More recently, she has pursued interests in healthcare delivery, particularly related to highly subspecialized inpatient pediatrics. She has mentored and trained dozens of students and physicians, primarily at the Harvard Medical School. She has authored more than 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals, and lectures internationally on fetal and pediatric cardiac catheterization. Audrey was appointed Professor at the Harvard Medical School, has served on the Board of Directors of the Boston Children’s Heart Foundation, and the Ethan M. Lindberg Foundation. Audrey has an M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, and a B.A. in History summa cum laude from Yale University. In 2016 she completed the in-residence Advanced Management Program of the Harvard Business School. She is a member of the 2007 class of Henry Crown Fellows and the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute.