Ashley's work centers on addressing institutionalized forms of identity-based oppression. She works in solidarity with mental and behavioral health providers. She supports institutions, corporations, organizations, and leadership teams to identify ways to reduce harm and determine appropriate steps toward sustainable culture change.
Ashley focuses on moving away from performative diversification efforts and shifting institutional and organizational culture to be equity-centered. She provides racial equity training, consultation, and support and lends an understanding and respect for the intricacies inherent in equity-centered work. Her research focuses on institutionalized identity-based oppression and industrial, organizational equity [IOE].
Ashley’s research includes assessing intersections of identity, structural oppression, health and mental health, and policy. In addition to advanced study of consequences and causes of identity-based oppression, Ashley supports organizational, structural, programmatic, and clinical implementation of anti-oppressive practices. She runs a small practice providing counseling and support for corporate leaders to work through their roles in creating anti-oppressive and equitable change.
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