Jason J. Ashe
Community Health Advocate.
Jason Ashe is a doctoral (Ph.D.) student in Human Services Psychology at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). As a Behavioral Medicine and Community Psychologist, Jason is exploring the multidimensionality of Black religiosity and spirituality in concert with racial/ethnic health disparities.
He spent his college years in Cambridge, Massachusetts at MIT, and then attended Duke University Divinity School, obtaining a Master of Divinity and Master of Theology.
Jason is an educator, writer, and community advocate, championing for better healthcare accessibility, affordability, and equity. Often incorporating narrative, musicianship and homiletics in his academic presentations, Jason embraces an interdisciplinary approach to his research interests and community practice. He is passionate about social justice, eliminating health disparities, and introducing the disciplines of liberation theology and psychology in his practice.
Walk Humbly with God.