With a background in psychology, she has an in-depth understanding of the mental health landscape and strong research design and analysis skills that support an evidence-based approach to consulting. Ashleigh is experienced in service delivery and coordination and justice reform, with a particular focus on youth.
Ashleigh has previously worked in digital change and transformation recruitment and in the youth programs and engagement team for a violence prevention organisation. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) with a Bachelor of Arts (psychology) from Macquarie University, partially completed at Bristol University in the UK and Copenhagen Business School in Denmark.
Ashleigh was a consulting director with 180 Degrees Consulting, Macquarie Branch and advisor and guest speaker at a local support service for autism spectrum children and their families.
Ashleigh enjoys travelling, documentaries and trying her hand at arts and crafts. She is passionate about encouraging the political engagement of other young people and in advocating for gender equality.