Ashley is an entrepreneur and disability advocate who currently serves as the National Coordinator for Together for Choice. She is also the President & CEO of ADD Housing, a private real estate development and consulting company with a focus on autism and developmental disability housing, and Elevare Community, a non-profit organization whose mission is to create supportive residential communities for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Prior to Elevare and ADD housing, Ashley was the co-founder and Executive Director of Villa de Vida, a non-profit organization building an affordable housing community for adults with developmental disabilities in San Diego.
Ashley holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance and Management from the University of Illinois, Chicago, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Claremont Graduate University’s Drucker School of Business.
Tracy Brown-May serves as Opportunity Village’s Director of Advocacy, Board, and Government Relations. She is also the Lead Organizer for the A Team NV, a statewide self-advocacy group working to preserve CHOICE for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Educated at the College of Southern Nevada (CSN) and Northeastern University (NEU), Tracy’s focus is on public policy and public administration. She has served as the public policy liaison for the past 10+ years. Tracy is an accomplished corporate trainer and public speaker and has extensive experience in the fields of advocacy, fundraising, and employee development. She is a dedicated wife, and mother of 3 young adults.
Tracy is a member of the Nevada Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Executive Women in Leadership, Graduate of the Public Policy Leadership Series, and Sub-Committee Chairperson for the Nevada Commission on Services for People with Disabilities Sub-Committee on Waiver Renewal.
Jonathan is a Strategic Development Coordinator at Misericordia in Chicago and supports TFC’s administrative needs related to communications, finances, and planning their biennial conference. Prior to working at Misericordia, he was a Direct Support Professional (DSP) for people with I/DD and a job developer for people with various disabilities. Jonathan received a bachelor’s degree in English literature and sociology from Marquette University and a master’s degree in sociology from Loyola University Chicago.