Transitional Housing Specialist
Ashley Slye is one of the Transitional Housing Specialist for the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), providing technical assistance to over 150 transitional housing programs. Prior to this position, Ashley was the Senior Program Coordinator at NNEDV, where she provided support and assistance to NNEDV’s Transitional Housing Project, Coalition Capacity Project, and HIV/AIDS Project. Ashley has worked extensively with the HIV/AIDS and Domestic Violence Advisory Board to develop a curriculum on the intersection of HIV/AIDS and domestic violence, as well as topical trainings and webinars for advocates and HIV providers. In July 2013, Ashley facilitated the 2nd Training of Trainers on the Intersection of Domestic Violence & HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles, CA. In October 2012, Ashley was invited to present on the intersection of domestic violence & HIV/AIDS at the South Carolina HIV/STD Conference in Colombia, SC. Prior to joining NNEDV in April 2010, Ashley provided support and assistance to transitional housing participants at the Women’s Resource Center of the NRV. She has a Bachelor’s degree in English with a concentration in Cultural Studies and a minor in Sociology from Virginia Tech.