Ashley Morse

Ashley helps manage Public Agenda's fundraising operations and assists with executing the organization's communications goals through prospect research, donor cultivation and stewardship, and developing editorial and social media content.

Prior to joining Public Agenda, Ashley served as station manager of the independent radio station WBRU, where she led the organization through the transition from FM radio to digital media and managed its communications. She has also worked with the U.S. Department of State in Uganda, where she conducted monitoring and evaluation of refugee assistance programs and worked on resettlement. In addition, Ashley has previously worked on HIV research at The Miriam Hospital and served as a teaching assistant with the Brown University School of Public Health.

Ashley attended Brown University, where she received a bachelor's degree in Development Studies.