Ashley Cooper

Ashley Cooper

Public Service Student Representative
Quincy House
Ashley Cooper

Ashley is a junior in Quincy House studying Neuroscience (Mind, Brain and Behavior Track) and Social Anthropology with a Secondary in History of Science and a Language Citation in French. On campus, she currently serves as President of the Foundation for the International Medical Relief of Children and as a Co-Director for the Science Club for Girls mentorship program, and as a Peer Counselor through Indigo. She also enjoys theatre and vocal performance. She is particularly passionate about promoting mental health equity for communities of color. She ultimately hopes to work as a physician-public servant. She is beyond excited for her first year as a Public Service Rep!

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