Jacqueline Ashley

Riverside, California

Mental Health Policy Expert Panel Contributor (Volunteer), experience at WorkLifeHealth.design, National Association of Social Workers, Office of Congresswoman Grace Napolitano (D-CA-32)

National Association of Social Workers

I’m interested in mentoring people from:

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    Capacity Building
    Cross Functional Coordination
    Design Thinking
    Executive Coaching
    Organizational Development
    Policy Writing
    Program Development/Evaluation
    Social Advocacy
    Social Innovation
    Strategic Planning

    People I've Reported To

    People I've Worked With

    People Who've Reported to Me

    Where I've Worked
    R

    Apr 2016 – Present

    Clinical Therapist | Behavioral Health Consultant

    Riverside University Health System - Community Health Centers
    W

    Sep 2018 – Present

    Chief Innovation Officer | Executive Coach | Leadership & Social Impact Consultant

    WorkLifeHealth.design
    N

    Jan 2019 – Present

    Mental Health Policy Expert Panel Contributor (Volunteer)

    National Association of Social Workers
    O

    Aug 2018 – Present

    32nd District Mental Health Consortium Adviser (Volunteer)

    Office of Congresswoman Grace Napolitano (D-CA-32)
    R

    Jan 2015 – Apr 2016

    Medical Social Worker

    Riverside University Health System - Medical Center
    C

    Mar 2012 – Jan 2015

    Clinical Social Worker | Therapist

    College Hospital
    A

    Jul 2010 – Jul 2010

    Social Advocate | Policy Writer (Volunteer)

    Advocating for the Dignity of Women Veterans
    Where I've Studied

    2018

    Doctorate, Social Work, Social Change & Innovation

    University of Southern California

    2013

    Certificate, Comprehensive Evidence-Based Coaching

    Fielding Graduate University

    2011

    Masters, Social Work, Concentration in Social Work & Business in a Global Society

    University of Southern California

    1994

    Bachelors, Film & Television Production

    University of Southern California

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    National Association of Social Workers

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