Ashley is a Placemaking Organizer for the City Repair Project. Her work involves assisting with facilitative leadership for the Village Building Convergence and providing direct service to local community sites that implement placemaking projects in three categories — intersection street paintings, ecological landscaping, and natural building.
Ashley recently graduated from Portland State University with a Masters Degree in Sustainability Education as well as a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management. She also graduated from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor Degree in International Business and Public Service, as well as a Multicultural Certificate.
Ashley is passionate about evolving consciousness through grassroots organization and community-building. She is very interested in the concept of circular economies and transitioning to a zero-waste lifestyle. Ashley would also like to learn more about symbiotic systems, regenerative agriculture, and bioremediation. During her free time, Ashley’s hobbies include snowboarding, hiking, and seeing live music.
2018 Convergence Workshop: Place Justice with City Repair