Ashley Dabbiere is the founder of LoGlio, a leading brain cancer research consortium for low-grade gliomas. Since its inception in 2013, LoGlio’s research with its initial private funding of $30 million, has leveraged over $60 million from NIH and additional government and private grants.
She is involved with the Brain Tumor Center at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Cancer Institute (NCI-Connect) and serves on the board of directors at Oligo Nation. She has also been on the board of trustees at The Lab School of Washington since 2014. At The White House Historical Association, she serves on the executive committee, board of directors, national council and is the chairperson of the development committee.
Ashley grew up in Denver, Colorado and is a graduate of the University of Arizona, where she earned her B.A. in Communications. She began her media career in radio, then worked as a television executive for the Meredith Corporation in Kansas City, Nashville and Atlanta.
After living in Europe and Asia for several years, she settled into McLean Virginia in 2006. Ashley has four children in their teens.