BIO: Ashley Judd‘s humanitarian work has revolved around AIDS. Judd has travelled with YouthAIDS to places affected by illness and poverty such as Cambodia, Kenya, and Rwanda. She is an advocate for preventing poverty and promoting awareness internationally. She has met with political and religious leaders about political and social change. Ashley Judd has also narrated three documentaries for YouthAIDS that aired on the Discovery Channel, in National Geographic, and on VH1.
In 2011, she joined the Leadership Council of the International Center for Research on Women. Also Judd has been involved with Women for Women International and Equality Now.
- Children’s Medical Research Institute
- Creative Coalition
- Defenders of Wildlife
- Eracism Foundation
- Five & Alive
- Jeans for Genes
- International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)
- Listen Campaign
- Malaria No More
- Population Services International
- Women for Women International
- Equality Now
- San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center
Watch the latest October 2017 Interview of Ashely Judd with Tavis Smiley by clicking here: Tavis Smiley interviews actress Ashley Judd (PBS)
The actress discusses continuing efforts to bridge the gender gap and television project Berlin Station.
The Ashley Judd (Ted-Talk video) is being posted here for NO COMMERCIAL PURPOSES. Ashely Judd speaks about: How online abuse of women has spiraled out of control.
Enough with online hate speech, sexual harassment and threats of violence against women and marginalized groups. It’s time to take the global crisis of online abuse seriously. In this searching, powerful talk, Ashley Judd recounts her ongoing experience of being terrorized on social media for her unwavering activism and calls on citizens of the internet, the tech community, law enforcement and legislators to recognize the offline harm of online harassment.