Audrey Morrissey is the associate director of My Life My Choice, where she has been an integral part of the organization since 2003, and was the first survivor in Massachusetts to mentor commercially sexually exploited girls. Drawing from her personal experience, Morrissey has helped develop and lead survivor-led programs that aim to prevent the exploitation or re-victimization of vulnerable girls aged 12 to 18, reaching more than 200 girls annually. Her expertise has also informed My Life My Choice’s nationally recognized exploitation prevention curriculum, which she co-authored and which is currently used in 27 states. Morrissey currently leads educational, training, and public awareness initiatives at My Life My Choice. She has served as a consultant to the administrative office of the Trial Court’s “Redesigning the Court’s Response to Prostitution” project, as well as the vice chair of the Survivor Services Task Force, part the Massachusetts Human Trafficking Task Force chaired by former Attorney General Martha Coakley. Morrissey is a 2008 recipient of the prestigious Petra Foundation Fellowship and a 2012 Boston Neighborhood Fellow.