Ashley June Moore serves as Director of Programmatic Initiatives in the College of Arts & Sciences. In this role, she primarily oversees the design and management of ArtSci Summer Session curriculum and programs.
A St. Louis native with a passion for education equity and holistic student development, Ashley has extensive experience in program management, student engagement, and community outreach. As a first generation undergraduate student at WashU, and a John B. Ervin Scholar under Dean McLeod’s leadership, Ashley found her home in the College of Arts & Sciences. She is a collaborative, relationship-oriented leader with a demonstrated commitment to supporting students throughout their academic journey.
Ashley received her BA from Washington University majoring in Psychology, minoring in Spanish and Legal Studies; and her MDiv from Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, CA with a primary emphasis in Youth, Family and Culture. She considers herself to be a life-long learner and is always seeking new opportunities to grow.
Fun Fact(s): As a WashU undergrad, Ashley was in the cast of Black Anthology, served as a First-Year Residential Advisor (Lee Hall), and was a member of Live Poets (the predecessor group to WU-SLam).