Following a short-lived career in commodities trading, Ashley attended Boston University’s School of Public Health, completing her MPH in International Health. Immediately after, through a project in partnership with CMS, she monitored the implementation of the ACA and, through the US Department of Education, she evaluated the US Head Start pre-K program. Realizing that her passion truly lay in global health, Ashley moved on to eventually lead an M&E team working on the President’s Malaria Initiative’s 24-country Indoor Residual Spray malaria-prevention project. During this time, Ashley also helped design her organization’s USAID-funded response to the Zika virus outbreak in Latin America and the Caribbean, overseeing both initial program design and the programmatic approach to M&E. Wanting to dive more deeply into the connection between technology and global health, Ashley then joined a UK-based technology social enterprise startup in March 2019, where she served as a Senior Project Manager, overseeing a portfolio of four projects, one at a national scale. Her passion lies at the intersection of global health and innovation, focusing specifically on primary healthcare access and infectious disease prevention. Ashley is currently a director at Global Health Strategies.
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