Ashlie Flood is the Data and Administrative Associate at The Bronfman Fellowship. Prior to joining the team at Bronfman, Ashlie was the Fundraising and Volunteer Coordinator for CHiPS Soup Kitchen and Women’s Shelter in Park Slope, where she helped the organization break all previous fundraising records and keep folks fed and housed throughout the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ashlie’s professional experience also includes work in the development departments of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services. Ashlie received a B.A. in Art History from Hamilton College with minors in Art and Hispanic Studies, and participated in two Hamilton off-campus study programs: the New York City Program and the Hamilton College Academic Year in Spain Program. Her lifelong love of art inspired her to co-curate an exhibition titled WILDFIRE, featuring art by Jon Bellona, at the February 2020 SPRING/BREAK Art Show. She lives in Hell’s Kitchen with her partner Gil and their two cats, Poppy and Tuna. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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