B.S. in Biology, Kentucky State University
M.S. in Anatomical Science and Neurobiology, University of Louisville
M.S. in Physiology and Biophysics, University of Louisville
Mentoring Young Women
Professor Ashley Mack is an educator in Sullivan University’s General Education Department, Natural Sciences and Mathematics division. For the past five years she has taught Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, and Medical Microbiology courses. In addition, she currently serves as the Curriculum Specialist for the Natural Sciences department.
Ashley earned her B.S. in Biology from Kentucky State University. She also has earned two M.S. degrees from the University of Louisville’s School of Medicine, one in Anatomical Science and Neurobiology and the other in Physiology and Biophysics.
Outside of the workforce, Ashley is passionate about mentoring young women. She serves as the Assistant Director of the H.A.L.O. young girls mentoring group. A faith-based program that focuses on increasing leadership skills, raising self-esteem, and instilling confidence in young ladies to face the everyday challenges of life.
Ashley is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., where she serves as Assistant Treasurer, as well as an active member in several other committees. In addition, Ashley uses her 10+ years to serve on several community committees and is the immediate past Vice-Chair of Sowing Seeds With Faith Organization.
The proud mother of one son, Clevon Pickett Jr., Ashley is dedicated to her family, creating lifelong learners, and helping others become the best version of themselves.