MEET OUR INTERNS


Ashley Williams
Intern Year(s): 2024
Location: U.S. Fish and Wildlife, Northeast Region Office
Program: FWS Regionals
Agency: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Ashley Williams

Meet Ashley Williams, who has a B.A. in Biology and an A.A. in Psychology. Ashley Williams is a passionate advocate for environmental conservation and community empowerment. With roots tracing back to Panama City, Panama, and Kingston, Jamaica, Ashley Williams grew up in Brooklyn, NY, where she developed a strong commitment to fostering diversity and inclusion. As a first-generation American, she has dedicated herself to creating inclusive spaces and fighting for social justice. Through volunteer work, community organizing, and founding Rihuèe Rá Abóbë: The Bubi Family Heritage Preservation Society, Ashley has excelled her leadership and organizational skills. Now, as a Hispanic Access Foundation Fellow, she is excited to blend their passion for environmental conservation with community engagement, working closely with diverse communities to connect them with nature and foster partnerships for positive change.

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