Audace has over a decade of experience working in New York City with victims of domestic violence. She began her career as a disability advocate at a non-profit organization named Barrier Free Living. Audace has also worked at the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office where she served as the Teen Services Coordinator in the Victim Services Unit serving as the liaison between survivors and the NYPD, courts, schools, and community organizations. After six years at the district attorney's office, she then went on to prevention and intervention work at Day One, a teen dating violence prevention and intervention program, where she trained adult professionals around the intersection of teen dating violence and domestic sex trafficking. She is currently a Technology Safety Specialist with Safety Net at the National Network to End Domestic Violence, where she focuses specifically on the intersection between domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and technology.