College Equity Series: Part Three

Join us online on 2/2/2022 at noon for an update on recent Georgia legislation and initiatives designed to increase college access and affordability. We’ll be joined by Ashley Young, a College Counselor at Charles R. Drew Charter School and college access policy advocate. Young has several years of experience in college access and the field of college admissions combined with a particular interest in supporting under-resourced and first-generation college students. She serves on Drew Charter’s Senior Academy Council for Equity, she is a member of the Board of Directors for the Southern Association for College Admission Counseling (SACAC), and is an undocumented student activist and professor at Freedom University. Ms. Young graduated from North Carolina State University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in interpersonal communication. In 2011, she obtained a master’s degree in student affairs counseling from Clemson University.


About the College Equity Series

Each quarter, College AIM will host a lunchtime discussion with experts in the college access and success worlds to raise awareness about issues that impact our students and provide actionable steps for people who want to help create change.