2023 Spring Conference
As a public health data professional with over 15 years of professional experience in data analysis, process improvement and direct service delivery, Ashley continually moves teams to be more data focused and to use data as a tool to shape future change. In her current role as a Data and Research Manager with Montgomery County’s Services to End and Prevent Homelessness, Ashley has implemented several tools and training programs to improve the data quality of the system and the ability of the County to direct homeless services to those most in need. Ashley encourages the use of innovative approaches to solving problems and works hard to encourage teams to think about how data generated from a project can be used to evaluate and improve programs. Her passions outside of data include volunteering and service in the community, cooking, finding a bargain, and traveling.