Ashley Burczak, MDiv, Volunteer Coordinator
Ashley Burczak is responsible for supporting the mission, programs and services for LBBC, as well as coordinating activities that support all volunteer outreach and programs. She helps coordinate the Survivors’ Helpline, recruits and trains volunteers for internal and external assignments, keeps track of data and reports on trends and usage of volunteer programs and assists with the travel grant program for LBBC conferences.
Ashley received her bachelor’s degree in comparative religion from Barnard College in 2000, where she co-founded the national nonprofit organization, Students Active For Ending Rape (SAFER). She earned her Master of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in 2010. Before joining LBBC, Ashley served as chaplain resident at the Einstein Healthcare Network in Philadelphia. She has also served in a variety of chaplaincy, development and project coordinating capacities for nonprofits.
Ashley also assists a Unitarian Universalist congregation with their membership. She enjoys exploring hiking trails, meditating and listening to Tibetan Buddhist teachings. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and their cat, Linux.