In her role as director of student learning, Karen Ashley oversees the on-campus Master of Public Health (MPH), Master of Science (MS), and doctorate programs. She also works as the principal investigator for a collaborative project—funded by the Centers for Disease Control, with colleagues from Dartmouth, Boston University’s School of Public Health, and Muhimbili University’s School of Public Health (in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) —to redesign Muhimbili’s public health curriculum and offer faculty development seminars. The goal of this project is to increase the number of public health workers in the field to address HIV/AIDS in Tanzania. Prior to joining Dartmouth in 2002, Ashley served as director of education for the Carolinas Center for Hospice and End of Life Care, providing continuing education for hospice and end-of-life care professionals and volunteers for hospice agencies in North and South Carolina. Before that, she worked with the Northeast Tennessee Area Health Education Center through East Tennessee State University, coordinating continuing education for medical and other health care professionals in 13 counties in Tennessee. She earned a BS from Wake Forest University, an MEd from the University of Tennessee, and an EdD from the University of Phoenix.