Ashley is originally from California, but has lived and worked in the UK for the past 12 years. She began her career in Higher Education in 2007 at a top-ranked business school in London, where for a number of years, she developed and delivered custom executive education programmes to a number of blue-chip clients around the world. She also has experience developing and launching new degree programmes in Management education and has created bespoke study abroad programmes for many universities from the United States here in London.
Ashley joined LSE in 2013, first working in the European Institute managing multiple MSc degrees and then for LSE100, the flagship undergraduate course at the School. Ashley joined the Department in 2016 and now oversees the day to day management of the two-year Global Master's in Management programme, along with the CEMS MIM degree and MBA Exchange, which includes welcoming students from almost 40 universities around the world to the LSE each term.