Ashley Brundage, a well-respected executive in the non-profit industry, is spearheading United Way's Housing and Homelessness Initiative. With over a decade of experience in community impact, grant allocations, and social work, Brundage brings a wealth of knowledge to her team. She holds a Certificate in Non-Profit Management from the Center for Non-Profit Management, a MSSW in Community and Administrative Practice Social Work from The University of Texas at Arlington, and a BA in Psychology with a minor in Business Administration from Texas A&M University.
Before her current position, Brundage served as the Executive Director of Housing Stability and Senior Vice President of Community Impact at United Way of Metropolitan Dallas. She also held positions as Senior Vice President of Community Impact, Vice President of Community Impact, Senior Director of Community Impact Grants, Director of Fund Allocations, and Director of Planning at United Way of Metropolitan Dallas. Brundage began her career as a caseworker at Dallas Youth Academy and Medlock Treatment Facility.
In addition to her current role, Brundage serves as the Co-Interim CEO at Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance. She is passionate about housing stability and homelessness prevention, and her expertise has contributed to strategic investments and programming in North Texas.