Audrianne Doucet is a management consultant at BCG. Audrianne serves as the Pride Node for the Houston office and is a member of the office’s Inclusion Accelerator. Previously, Audrianne studied at Columbia Law School, where she graduated in 2019 as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. As a student, she did pro bono work advocating on behalf of domestic violence survivors and transgender youth, and was a team member and coach for Williams Institute Moot Court Competition, the only national moot court competition dedicated exclusively to the areas of sexual orientation and gender identity law. She was the boards of the Columbia Law Feminist Society and First Generation Professionals, as well as a member of the Journal of Gender and Law. As an Akin Gump Pro Bono Scholar, she spent a summer at RAICES, an immigration non-profit advocating on behalf of detained immigrants, and spent another summer doing corporate transactional work at the law firm. During her junior year as a Women’s and Gender Studies undergraduate student at Texas A&M, Audrianne founded and operated a local frozen yogurt shop, Project: Yogurt. After selling her business in 2013, she spent two years in Seoul, South Korea as a 7th grade speech and debate teacher. Audrianne enjoys experimenting with arts and crafts, communicating with friends via gifs, and thinking about starting Couch to 5K. Audrianne has five younger sisters she loves visiting on the weekends.