Ashley Prince is the Assistant Director of Princeton University’s Novogratz Bridge Year Program. In her role, Ashley provides mentorship and support to current and returned program participants, while also managing participant selection, program marketing, and returned student programming. She received her Master of Social Work degree from the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a certificate in Linguistics from Princeton University. Prior to joining the Office of International Programs, Ashley worked as the Assistant Director of the College Prep Program at Washington University in St. Louis. Ashley has also worked previously in school-based mental health, K-12 recruitment and logistics, and criminal justice advocacy. Regardless of the role, Ashley prioritizes keeping people and human connection central to how she approaches her work. Ashley is a proud alumna of the inaugural year of the Bridge Year Program in Serbia, which was her first international experience and a pivotal experience for her personally and professionally. She has since traveled throughout Eastern Europe, studied abroad in Australia, and visited Spain and Brazil. She loves Latin dancing, doing linguistic puzzles, being anywhere near a body of water, and spending time with her husband, daughter, and dog.
Assistant Director, Novogratz Bridge Year Program