Ashley Hernandez is the Communication
Before her work with IFIP, she managed the start-up of the Texas affiliate of the Restaurant Opportunity Centers United and assisted with research and policy work for several campaigns around increasing the minimum wage. As a program coordinator for the Ohio Employee Ownership Center, she worked on the revitalization of low-income areas through the development of worker-owned cooperatives. Her international work includes partnering with NGOs Practical Action and Kisumu Informal Settlement Network on the development of an advocacy strategy, which focused on the impact of city planning decisions on the livelihoods of informal market traders.
Ashley graduated from the University College London with a master’s degree in Social Development Practice.