Jacqueline Ashe, Ed.D., has over 14 years of experience as a Special Education teacher with the New York City Department of Education. Jacqueline earned her BA in Cultural Studies from SUNY Empire State, two Master of Education in Special Education and Adolescent Literacy from CUNY Hunter College, and her doctorate in Learning and Organizational Change from Baylor University. Jacqueline is skilled in assessing students and creating lessons to meet their needs. She is certified in Literacy, grades 5–12, Students with Disabilities, grades 1–6, and 5–9 Generalist. Jacqueline has worked with students with specific learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, and has a track record of improving students' reading and reading comprehension levels.
Jason Ashe is a Postdoctoral Trainee at the National Institute on Aging, a U.S. National Institutes of Health division in Baltimore, Maryland. Jason earned his Ph.D. at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Before pursuing his doctorate, Jason earned his BS in Chemistry from MIT, and his Master of Divinity and Master of Theology from Duke Divinity School, respectively. He was among the first cohort to receive the Theology, Medicine, and Culture Fellowship from Duke Divinity School. He is a licensed Baptist minister and enjoys incorporating sacred literature with health education. Jason coaches and mentors doctoral students during the dissertation phase.