Campus Life, Office of Wellbeing
Hailing from New Milford, CT, Ashley Berry quickly fell in love with Winston-Salem after transferring to Wake Forest in the fall of 2017. Impressed by Wake Forest’s level of engagement with the Winston-Salem community, she quickly joined Alpha Phi Omega, Wake Forest’s coed service fraternity, and Campus Kitchen, the university’s on-campus food re-purposing center. Ashley spent much of her junior and senior years working for Campus Kitchen leadership as the Policy and Advocacy Chair, Shift Leader, and Procurement Director. Additionally, Ashley served as a Resident Advisor her junior and senior years where she enjoyed connecting with on-campus residents while working to make Wake Forest a safe and inclusive space for all students. During her final semester of senior year, Ashley volunteered at the Summit School in Winston-Salem, assisting a ninth grade English class.
Ashley graduated from Wake Forest with a B.A. in Communication where she explored issues of bioethics and patient-provider communication while minoring in Education. Wake Forest has helped Ashley find her passions, giving her the resources to carry forward the Pro Humanitate way post graduation. Ashley is thrilled to help students achieve the wonderful experiences she’s had at Wake while working in the Office of Campus Life.