Audrey Gelman

Audrey works in SKDKnickerbocker’s strategic communications and public relations practice in New York City, and leads SKDK’s Millennial Strategy Division. 

She previously worked as Deputy Director of Communications to Comptroller Scott M. Stringer, most recently serving as spokesperson in Stringer’s come-from-behind victory in the race for New York City Comptroller. The New York Times called Audrey Stringer’s “avenging angel.” The Stringer Campaign was named the Best Campaign Comeback of 2013 by Campaigns & Elections magazine.

Audrey began her career as a press aide in the communications department of Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign for president. In 2012, she helped to relaunch Downtown for Democracy, a PAC aimed at getting the creative community involved in electoral politics. In 2014, Audrey was named national spokesperson for Rock The Vote and a contributing editor at Marie Claire magazine.

She has been named one of Forbes’ 30-Under-30 in Law and Politics, one of 50 Politicos to Watch by POLITICO Magazine, and one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in New York by the NY Daily News.