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Board Member

Ashley Mosley

Ashley Mosley strongly believes that purpose lies where the heart lives. She began her professional journey within the educational system in 2008 and was unaware that her heart would find its home in what she now believes to be her purpose in this season of life. In her time serving students, she became aware of how disparities manifest when behavior hides the child beneath the chaos. The unfortunate truth was that so many of Denver’s best students were falling through the cracks and believing the narrative that they could never achieve higher. This reality has driven her to do whatever she can to support those affected within her community in obtaining tools needed to navigate not only the educational system, but the many systemic structures that impact BIPOC communities.

In 2019 she obtained a Bachelor in Human Services with a High Risk Youth concentration and is an eternal student of life. Ms. Mosley has been an active part of the betterment of her community serving in spaces such as Family Freedom Schools, youth internship programs with impacted students, educational boot camps and tutoring programs for BIPOC youth with and most recently coordinating a week long youth camp for BIPOC youth. Ms. Mosley has also developed and facilitated numerous professional development trainings and is a certified Arbinger instructor as well as a certified Crisis Prevention intervention trainer.
Ms. Mosley the proud mother of her 13-year-old son. Her love for him greatly influences the work she does. If nothing at all she wants to leave the earth knowing she did everything in her power to contribute to a more equitable world for him and children just like him.

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