Ashley Kraybill

2015-2017 Cohort

Ashley received her MPH from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. She is passionate about creating health equity through improving understanding of the root causes of health and draws from her experience of providing direct service to her work in population health. Prior to her public health training she studied in Mexico and Lithuania and also spent a year teaching in rural Zambia. She has worked on a range of issues including: homelessness, addiction, mental health, domestic violence, women’s reproductive health, Latino health, and end-of-life care. She has experience conducting qualitative, quantitative and mixed-methods research, primarily with the Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics and the FIELDS program at University of Pennsylvania. She has also worked on Community Based Participatory Research studies in Guatemala and in Philadelphia. Ashley spent the first year of her fellowship working on the Wisconsin Health Improvement Planning Process (WI-HIPP) at the Division of Public Health in the Office of Policy and Practice Alignment. She spent her second year contributing to health equity efforts within the Bureau of Community Health Promotion and the Bureau of Environmental and Occupational Health. Preceptor: Angela Rohan and Traici Brockman