A. Noelle is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley. With a BA in Rhetoric and a minor in Asian American Studies, she has contributed to several virtual publications. She is currently working at Seal Press, a member of the Perseus Books Group. Audrey was the Managing Editor and Staff Writer for Savvy Auntie — the “first community for cool aunts, great aunts, godmothers and all women who love kids” — and has been instrumental in its addition to Forbes Women Top 100 Websites for Women in 2012 and 2013. Aside from her work with Savvy Auntie, she has founded The Chelsea Foundation‘s first blog — a site for helping parents, guardians, and educators build lasting and meaningful relationships with our nation’s children — and is now working with the foundation as Managing Editor, Blog Administrator, Contributing Writer, and Social Media Manager on Twitter (@ChelseaBeacon). She has recently set up The Village Press, a volunteer newsletter for The Chelsea Foundation. Visit A. Noelle’s About Our Writer page on Chelsea’s Beacon. A. Noelle has started working  as a Lifestyle Contributor for Manilla Blog, a free website for organizing and simplifying daily life.

In her spare time, A. Noelle enjoys doing volunteer work. At present, she is a part-time Newsletter Editor, Researcher, and Administrative Assistant for drawchange, an organization dedicated to uplifting the lives of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable children through art education. A. Noelle volunteers as a Website Editor and Social Media Manager for the Street Youth Ministry of Austin (@StreetYouth, Street Youth Ministry online). She was an online Mentor for troubled teens on TeenCentral.Net, which is run by  the private charity, KidsPeace.org.

Follow A. Noelle on Twitter (@AudreyNoelani).

Feel free to contact her for freelance writing, editing, or research assignments.

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