Aubry Bracco is only a few more Tribal Councils away from completing her goal of winning the $1 million prize on Survivor: Game Changers.

Aubry, a 30-year-old from Cambridge, MA, was employed as a social media marketer when she first competed on Survivor in 2016.

Aubry hasn't really had a shining edit on Survivor: Game Changers so far, but maybe that's the whole point of her game -- to lay low and fly under the radar. However, she'll likely need to make a big move or two during the game's remaining days in order to add to her Survivor resume and earn potential Survivor-winning respect from the jury.

As all Survivor fans know, things can change instantly. Will Aubry outsmart her opponents and work some magic or will she be sent packing?

Below is a list of 7 facts Reality TV World has compiled about Aubry Bracco:

- Aubry's personal claim to fame is her name because it means "leader of the elves."

- Aubry Bracco previously played on Season 32, Survivor: Kaoh Rong -- Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty, when she was 29-years-old. Aubry finished as the runner-up when she received two of the seven jury votes at the Final Tribal Council. She defeated third-place finisher Tai Trang but lost to winner Michele Fitzgerald.

Aubry is best remembered for her strategic gameplay -- but not so much her social game -- and ability to rally after two of her closest allies were suddenly and unexpectedly medically evacuated from the game.

- Aubry told Reality TV World after the Kaoh Rong season that she felt her fellow castaways had trouble seeing her game because it was so personal and emotional for everyone.

She therefore felt a tad undervalued or underestimated.

- The castaway has called herself "the love child" of Sophie Clarke and John Cochran when it comes to past Survivor contestants she is most like. 

- Aubry's inspiration in life is her grandmother, Madeline, because she was a hard worker from a self-declared crazy Brooklyn Italian family who never let anything get her down.
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She was the first Woman of the Year at the New York Daily News and had "a wacky personality."

- Aubry's hobbies include crayon art, running, meeting locals in new places when she travels, and astrology.

- Aubry said she convinced her advisors at Brown University to let her write a children's book about a manatee instead of a 50-page thesis, and she went on to graduate with honors.