Ashley (she/her) is a consultant, clinical supervisor, and subject matter expert on eating disorders in marginalized communities and integrating culture in mental health treatments. She holds a Master of Family Therapy (MFT) from Drexel University and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Quantic School of Business and Technology. Ashley has led teams focused on clinical outcomes, research, quality improvement, and behavioral healthcare operations for the last 14 years. She is an international presenter, with previous engagements at the American Psychological Association (APA), International Association for Eating Disorders Professionals (iaedp), Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and The Renfrew Conference. Ashley is a contributor, with features in Gürze-Salucore Eating Disorders Resource Catalogue and several professional magazines. Ashley is committed to advocacy, fueled by her lived experiences as a multi-ethnic woman of color, and developing systems that eradicate health disparities and empower communities to heal. 

Experience, Training & Education


– Leader in medical, psychiatric, academic, and community-based healthcare settings
– 14 years of experience in clinical outcomes, research, quality improvement, compliance, and operations
– Speaker, author, and subject matter expert on eating disorders in marginalized communities, cultural considerations in mental health treatment



– Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Quantic School of Business & Technology
– Master of Family Therapy (MFT), Drexel University
– Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (major) & Education (minor), Swarthmore College


– Internships: Friends Hospital & NorthEast Treatment Centers in Philadelphia, Center for Discovery & Reasons Eating Disorder Center in San Francisco Bay Area
– ICEEFT-endorsed Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) Training

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