Ashley Sealy is majoring in Human Biology, with a double minor in Public Health and Public Policy. Throughout her undergraduate career, she has worked part-time as a gymnastics coach. This past academic year, she has also served as Co-President of the Macaulay Diversity Initiative, which advocates for Macaulay Honors College’s underrepresented racial/ethnic minority groups.
Since Fall 2018, Ashley has volunteered for Peer Health Exchange and has facilitated weekly health education lessons in an under-resourced high school. In Summer 2019, she interned with the Greater New York Hospital Association and Mount Sinai Health System, where she assisted in lowering the health system’s total supply costs. In Fall 2019, she was awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, which funded her study abroad trip to Sydney, Australia in January 2020. This fall, she will attend the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health on a half-tuition merit scholarship. She will be studying Health Policy and Management, and working toward a Master of Health Administration degree.