Ashley Guerra-Agramonte Program Coordinator, MassINC
Ashley is the proud daughter of Dominican immigrants, originally from New York City but raised in Lawrence, MA. She has always been passionate about politics and recently graduated from Georgetown University in 2018–Hoya Saxa! During her time at Georgetown, Ashley majored in Government with a concentration in International Relations, a minor in Spanish, and a certificate in Latin American Studies from the School of Foreign Service.
After graduating, she returned to Lawrence to engage in local politics as a field organizer for the Juana Matias Campaign for Congress. As a field organizer, Ashley saw the opportunity to work closely with her community on a daily basis and learned about the real issues that affect constituents of an underserved city like Lawrence. Ashley continued to expand her knowledge about her community’s needs as a Crime Analyst at the Lawrence Police Department where she tracked monthly crime statistics and data. She continues to work with data as a Program Coordinator by providing assistance in MassINC’s research and development departments.
Ashley currently resides in Stoneham with her husband. She hopes to continue gaining knowledge about Massachusetts politics while advocating for urban and immigrant communities filled with untapped potential.