Ashley E. Lowe is the Chief Executive Officer of Lakeshore Legal Aid. Ms. Lowe has been leading Lakeshore’s efforts to establish a right to counsel in eviction cases in Detroit and oversees an eviction diversion project in the Detroit Metro region providing attorneys in more than 30 courts. Prior to joining Lakeshore, Ms. Lowe was the Associate Director of Clinical Education at Wayne State University Law School and also taught at Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School, where she founded and directed the Family Law Assistance Project. Earlier in her career, Ms. Lowe was the Director of Legal Services at the Women’s Survival Center in Pontiac and worked in private practice. Active in the State Bar, Ms. Lowe chairs the Justice Initiatives Committee and is part of the Justice for All taskforce. Ms. Lowe earned her law degree and Master of Business Administration degree at Georgetown University.