Ashley Jackson, MSPH, leads PATH’s Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) team. In her role, she provides technical expertise to a global team working hard to adapt health innovations and advance strategies that increase reproductive choice and equity for all.
Ashley has more than a decade of experience working with stakeholders to introduce and scale SRH innovations, from youth-powered programs to contraceptive technologies.
Prior to joining PATH in 2022, Ashley worked for Population Services International (PSI) as the Deputy Project Director of Expanding Effective Contraceptive Options (EECO), a global project funded by USAID. The EECO project introduces new contraceptive methods designed to align with consumer preferences and health system realities. Ashley began her work at PSI as a Technical Advisor for SRH, serving as the organization’s global technical lead for injectable contraception and providing strategic leadership for PSI’s work to improve adolescent and youth SRH.
Ashley has also worked with EngenderHealth, FHI 360, and Management Sciences for Health to advance access to contraception, HIV testing and treatment, and gender-based violence services. She has provided technical assistance in 16 African and Asian countries and completed a Fulbright Fellowship in Benin.
Ashley has a Master of Science in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is fluent in French and English.