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Ashleigh Moyer, Director

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Master of Public Administration

University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Department of Business
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

 

 

Ashleigh serves as the Director of the Center for Student Engagement. A native of Johnson City, Tennessee, Ashleigh came to Knoxville to pursue her undergraduate degree at the University of Tennessee. In her time as an undergraduate, Ashleigh enjoyed involvement with various student organizations; including Alpha Chi Omega sorority, the Student Government Association and working as a Resident Assistant. It was from these experiences that Ashleigh gained a passion for serving college students and pursuing a career in higher education administration.

 

In her current role, Ashleigh works the Student Engagement staff to assist the Campus Events Board and 480+ registered student organizations with planning and executing campus activities, as well as assessing ways to enhance student learning, development, and retention  through campus involvement experiences. Prior to her current position in the Center for Student Engagement, Ashleigh served as the Assistant Director in the Office of Student Activities, as a Hall Director for the Department of University Housing and as an Academic Advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences. Ashleigh’s professional areas of interest include; assessment, university-wide collaboration, communication, staff development, university historical research, and working with under-represented student populations.

 

Ashleigh is not only a fan of the University of Tennessee Volunteers, but also an ambassador for the beautiful and vivacious city of Knoxville. For leisure, Ashleigh enjoys spending time with family and friends at theatres, concerts, festivals, races and being civically engaged in downtown Knoxville.  On Saturdays in the fall, you will always find Ashleigh cheering on her team. GO VOLS!

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