Ashley serves as the project coordinator for TEPHINET’s Accreditation Program.
Before joining TEPHINET, she managed a portfolio of grants for a grassroots nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., which empowered youth and families living in under-resourced communities through high-quality Out of School Time programming and economic development initiatives.
She holds a bachelor of science (BS) degree from Fort Valley State University and a master of public health (MPH) degree from Mercer University. In 2019, she also became a Certified Public Health (CPH) professional.
Ashley is passionate about program support and is a lifelong learner. During her free time, she enjoys calligraphy, reading, and spending time with family.