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Rutgers Project ECHO is administered by Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School with generous support from NJ Department of Health, NJ Department Human Services, and other funders.
Ashley Figueroa is the Program Administrator for the Maternal Child Health – Opioid Use Disorder ECHO, Community Health Workers ECHO and the Adverse Childhood Experiences ECHO. Ashley has been with Rutgers Project ECHO for over three years and has been with Rutgers University for 7 years with experience in healthcare administration and medical education.
Ashley graduated with her Masters degree in Public Administration from Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) and her undergraduate degree from Rutgers University-New Brunswick.
Ashley’s passion for Public Health and addressing Social Determinants of Health comes from personal experience and her commitment to improve the health and well being of individuals and communities in New Jersey.
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