Jason J. Ashe
Community Health Advocate.
I am a doctoral student in Human Services Psychology at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). As a Behavioral Medicine and Community Psychologist, I am exploring the multidimensionality of Black religiosity and spirituality in concert with racial/ethnic health disparities.
I spent my college years in Cambridge, Massachusetts at MIT. I then attended Duke University Divinity School, obtaining my Master of Divinity and Master of Theology.
I am an educator, writer, and community advocate, championing for better healthcare accessibility, affordability, and equity. Often incorporating musicianship and homiletics in my academic presentations, I embrace an interdisciplinary approach to my research interests and community practice. I am passionate about social justice, eliminating health disparities, advancing the works of Health Psychology and Religion, and the liberation of minds and bodies from oppressive institutions and ideologies.
Walk Humbly with God.