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Ashley Burnside

Research Assistant

Ashley Burnside is a Research Assistant with the Center’s Family Income Support division. Before joining the Center, she was an Emerson National Hunger Fellow with the Congressional Hunger Center, where she advocated for anti-hunger and anti-poverty solutions, led voter registration and community engagement efforts for food pantry clients, and conducted research on tax credit programs. Burnside has also served as a public policy fellow at AIDS United, a national HIV/AIDS advocacy organization. She holds a BA in Social Theory and Practice from the University of Michigan.

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