Ashley Feuer-Edwards

Board Member

Ashley Feuer-Edwards is the Founder and Principal of AFE Strategies, a consulting practice she started in 2017 to serve nonprofit, philanthropic, and public sector clients in Philadelphia with strategic program design and execution. Her practice areas include funding collaboratives and participatory funding models, strategic plans and resource development strategies, capacity building programs, and large scale events. Drawing on her passion for engaging and lifting up community voices, a core area of her current work involves directing the Kensington Community Resilience Fund, a community-led, participatory funding model focused on promoting wellness, building resilience, and improving the quality of life for residents most impacted by the ongoing opioid crisis in Philadelphia. Prior to launching her consulting practice, she held positions with Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia, JEVS Human Services, Econsult Corporation, as well as with the School District of Philadelphia. In addition to her role on the PAACS board, Ashley serves on the board of Ryan’s Case for Smiles. She 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.