As a research analyst in the Sexual and Reproductive Health department, Ashley focuses on supporting research for the Women’s Health Project and SIFPO2. She provides technical assistance for study design, data management, and data capacity-building skills to improve PSI’s use of research and data.
Ashley collaborates with PSI evidence teams to develop research metrics and support country and core-funded data analysis.
Ashley has previously worked for Ipas and the Carolina Population Center, providing technical assistance for monitoring and evaluation systems and data dissemination.
Ashley received a Bachelor in anthropology from University of California at Berkeley and a Master of Arts in socio-medical sciences from Columbia University.