Audrey Kremer has lived in Arlington’s Boulevard Manor neighborhood since 1998. She has a deep interest, and significant experience, in helping seniors remain safe and maintain their quality of life. Audrey recently retired and is an active ANV volunteer, as well as volunteering for the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC). She had a varied career including work as a systems engineer for IBM and MITRE, managing professional development for Noblis, education programs evaluator for the National Geographic Society, leadership development consultant, and as a professor of Education at George Mason University. Audrey serves as a Commissioner on Arlington’s Commission on Aging and is on their Housing and Long Term Care committees. Audrey has a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Smith College, a Master’s degree in Public Affairs from the LBJ School at UT Austin, a PhD in Education from George Mason University and strives to be a life-long-learner.