Audrey Wisch

Audrey Wisch


Curious Cardinals

Audrey is taking time off from Stanford University to pursue Curious Cardinals, chasing her dreams to not only help K-12 students discover and pursue their passions, but also to provide college students with a platform to share their passions. After teaching her first workshop on mass incarceration to high school students at the start of the pandemic, Audrey mobilized her most ambitious peers at Stanford and beyond to share topics they were passionate about to K-12 students. Since then, Audrey has spoken on CNN and in Forbes to share her vision to create a community of lifelong learners and doers. Audrey’s passions for immigration and criminal reform led her from translating i-589 asylum forms for immigrants to tutor for HABLA, a Stanford club that pairs students with members of the Spanish-speaking custodial staff to teach them English. Also passionate about gender equality, Audrey’s research on the history of sexual assault has been published in the Stanford Historical Journal.

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

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Tutoring as the Key to Educational Equity

Karly Hou
Audrey Wisch
Justin Serrano
Joel Hames
Krista Marks