Ashley June Moore
Ashley June Moore serves as the Director of Summer Session and Programmatic Initiatives. 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).