Ashlyn Woods

University of Baltimore

Ashlyn Woods, a third year student at the University of Baltimore, has shown that she is a strong advocate for the interests of our students, through her steadfast service as Senator and Chairperson in our Student Government Association. As a Student Assistant in the UB Campus Pantry, Ashlyn is helping to alleviate hunger on campus by providing food resources for students, staff, faculty, and alumni. She provides outstanding customer service and follow-through to ensure all pantry participants' needs are met. Ashlyn has a strong vision for UB and the greater Baltimore community. She demonstrates her strong values of hard work, determination and leadership skills, through her work with the Movement Team, a nonprofit who through restorative practices, evidence-based strategies, and trauma-informed practices help provide support services and families within the greater Baltimore area. Ashlyn plans to use the skills learned in these areas to further her career goals of becoming an advocate for those in need of legal help and guidance.

Kurt Schmoke
President
University of Baltimore

Personal Statement

As a kid, I became involved in addressing issues of economic and social inequality by volunteering at the Bea Gaddy Foundation in Baltimore City. As I got older—I was given the opportunity to study law and other related topics in Middle and High School. While enrolled in those programs, I was exposed to different issues in society. As a result of learning so much about how laws and systems operated, a deep passion for helping others and being an advocate for social change grew within me. At the University of Baltimore, I work in the UB Campus Pantry to fight hunger on our campus. I am also a Chairperson in Student Government Association, where I am an active voice for the students when in communication with UB’s Administration. I am currently a volunteer at the Baltimore Community Mediation Center and a member of a non-profit organization called the Movement Team. I will become an attorney to be a vessel for those in need of legal help and guidance, and I will use my skills to spread knowledge to people in my community. I believe that with the proper education and passionate people the world will become a better place.

Ashlyn Woods
Jurisprudence: Class of 2021
written 2020

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Alexander Kaye, U. of Central Florida Miyako Iwata, UC Berkeley M. Chiamaka Okonkwo, UNC Charlotte Noelia Michelle Flores González, Universidad de Monterrey Ashlyn Woods, University of Baltimore Greta Hacker, University of Central Arkansas Christian Coleman, University of Central Oklahoma Hailey Ettinger, University of Colorado Boulder Michael Hernández, University of Connecticut Claire Sullivan, University of Dayton Maggie Nelson, University of Delaware Tarun Ramesh, University of Georgia Gregoria Uroza, University of Houston-Downtown Wasan Kumar, University of Illinois at Chicago Kaitlyn Meyr, University of Kentucky Ana Benitez, University of La Verne Amanda Gardner, University of Maine at Augusta Stephanie Turcios, University of Mary Washington Nihira Mugamba, University of Maryland, Baltimore County(UMBC) Maggie Sullivan, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Danelia Ramirez Aguilar, University of Massachusetts Lowell Jendayi London, University of Miami Meredith Days, University of Michigan Lucy Grimshaw, University of Missouri – St. Louis Kortney Sims, University of Montana Dinesh Karki, University of Nebraska Omaha Alexandra Vergara, University of New Hampshire Keyri Ambrocio, University of New Haven Aryelle Jacobsen, University of North Carolina Asheville Katherine Torres, University of North Georgia Yarik Molina, University of North Texas at Dallas Cole Passick, University of Northern Iowa Evan McKenna, University of Notre Dame Justin Norris, University of Oklahoma Nisha Sridhar, University of Oregon Oluwatomisin Oyedele, University of Pennsylvania Stephanie Rose, University of Pittsburgh TJ Tann, University of Richmond Ana Trejo Aguilar, University of San Diego Evelyn Pedraza Fernandez, University of San Francisco Imani Sherrills, University of South Carolina Beaufort Patrick Mack, University of South Carolina Upstate Reylan Cook, University of South Carolina-Columbia - Columbia, SC Tyus Edmond, University of St Thomas Amber Heidenreich, University of Wisconsin - Superior Shehrose Charania, University of Wisconsin-Madison Tavyonia Davis, University of Wisconsin-Parkside Trenton Ebel, UW Green Bay
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