Ashley Mudd (she/her) has over a decade of experience as a non-profit executive, facilitator, and trainer. Ashley has worked with mission-driven organizations and leaders across the United States, helping them align strategy to vision and values in order to lead impactful change.
From traveling the country in an effort to bring back best practices to redesign a Louisiana-based Girl Scout council, to serving as the first-ever Executive Director of the Leadership Institute of Acadiana, Ashley has a solid reputation of transforming organizations from the inside out.
Committed to creating meaningful and sustainable systemic change, Ashley’s work is rooted in the values of equity, inclusion, and belonging. She is committed to working with organizations and individuals who are striving to create a more equitable and healthier world. Ashley volunteers her leadership to several advisory boards including the Association of Leadership Programs, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Acadiana’s Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion committee, and the Lafayette Commission on the Needs of Women, among others.
Ashley graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Executive Program in Social Impact Strategy and holds a B.A. degree in sociology from the University of Louisiana. She is also certified as a BoardSource Nonprofit Board Consultant and a Kansas Leadership Center Teach Leadership facilitator.
In her free time, Ashley loves to travel, tend to her (many) houseplants, experiment in the kitchen, and hike & camp with her wife and two dogs, Zoey and Luna.