Ashley Feuer-Edwards provides strategic consulting and project management services to nonprofit and philanthropic organizations, building upon more than 13 years of experience with strategic planning, project and program management, and business development from across the regional nonprofit, philanthropic, private and public sectors. With a unique ability to see both the forest and the trees, Ashley helps clients to develop and execute projects and initiatives that are at once strategic, operational, and sustainable.
Through 2016, Ashley served as the Director of Programs and Strategic Partnerships for Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia, where she led programming and engagement strategies for a 150-member association of philanthropic organizations in the Greater Philadelphia Region. Prior to joining Philanthropy Network, Ashley served as Business Development Specialist with JEVS Human Services, where she worked on strategic planning initiatives and supported fund development for the agency. She also served as a Project Manager and Business Development Manager for Econsult Corporation, a regional economic consulting firm, where she led numerous consulting engagements focused on economic development initiatives for a diverse range of public and private sector clients. Ashley has also worked with the School District of Philadelphia (Office of Development), Pennsylvania Governor's Office of Policy and Planning and the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC).
Ashley holds a Master of Public Administration degree and Politics Certificate from the University of Pennsylvania’s Fels Institute of Government, and Bachelor’s degrees in Sociology and Advertising from Penn State University. She is an alum of the Nonprofit Executive Leadership Institute (NELI) at Bryn Mawr College and United Way’s Emerging Leaders Program. Ashley serves on the board of Girls Rock Philly, a non-profit music and mentoring organization, and is actively involved in a number of advisory boards and committees throughout the City.