Ashley Acosta-Fox’s background is in religious studies and analytic philosophy, including areas of specialization in ethical theory, applied ethics, and the history of philosophy, and areas of competence in feminist philosophy, medieval studies, philosophy of literature, and social and political philosophy. She has extensive experience teaching on-ground and online at four-year and two-year academic institutions, in addition to a strong professional background in both curriculum development and instructional design.
She is also staff at Johns Hopkins University, where she works as an Instructional Designer for SAIS’s Instructional Resource Center. In her free time, she volunteers with the Junior League of Washington, promoting literacy and improving the greater Washington, DC community through effective action and leadership. You can find her in her capacity as a League volunteer at the Library of Congress’s National Book Festival and at the Folger Shakespeare Library. She is an avid fan of vintage TV sci-fi and westerns.