Ashley Brompton

Ashley Brompton joined the Center on Victimization and Safety in November 2016. She brings passion and knowledge about individuals with disabilities and criminal justice. Her personal experience as a sibling of a person with disabilities fuels her goal of advocating on the behalf of such a marginalized population. Prior to joining Vera, Ashley was a criminal justice fellow at The Arc’s National Center on Criminal Justice and Disability, where she advocated on behalf of individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities who were in the criminal justice system as either victims or suspects. Her passions in the field are sexuality and disability as well as advocacy for incarcerated victims with disabilities. Ashley has a juris doctor from Wake Forest University School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Florida Gulf Coast University.