Ashley DeLeon is a children's entertainment producer, performer, and media scholar.
Her film work is a traverse between unconventionality and investigative storytelling. Credits include producing a short documentary about the diabetes epidemic among working-class communities in Upper Manhattan & The Bronx, and a short narrative film about navigating her internal conflict as a mixed race woman (May 2024). The former has been featured in international film festivals, earning eligibility for consideration at the Canadian Screen Awards in March 2023.
In 2023, she graduated summa cum laude from St. Michael's College in Colchester, VT, with a B.A. in Media Studies, Journalism & Digital Arts, earning departmental honors. Notably, she clinched the prestigious Top Scholar Award for exceptional academic performance within the Media Studies department, along with the esteemed John D. Donoghue Award for leadership in student media.
Official Selection
The Silent Enemy: You Are What You Can't Eat
Lift-Off First Time Filmmakers Sessions
Online
2023
Official Selection
The Silent Enemy: You Are What You Can't Eat
Emerging Lens Cultural Film Festival
Halifax
2023
Honorable Mention
The Silent Enemy: You Are What You Can't Eat
Student World Impact Festival
International
College
Saint Michael's College
Media Studies, Journalism & Digital Arts
20192023
Birth Date
July 6, 2001
Current City
Colchester, Vt
Gender
Female
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