Ashlie Seibers

Associate Policy Analyst

Ashlie Seibers is an Associate Policy Analyst at Chapin Hall and a member of the Implementation Collaborative. Seibers works jointly with state and local child welfare jurisdictions to build their capacity and successfully implement evidence-based strategies to improve family outcomes in safety, permanency, and well-being. She takes a systematic approach by combining evidence-based practices with lived experiences to create actionable and sustainable solutions.

Prior to joining Chapin Hall, Seibers served as a Developmental Program Coordinator with the Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. In that role, she provided program oversight, facilitated program evaluation, and designed systems for Continuous Quality Improvement. Seibers attained considerable knowledge working at the Department of Children’s Services, where she served children and families while also working collaboratively with frontline staff.

Seibers holds a Master of Social Work in Organizational Leadership and a graduate certificate in Trauma Treatment from the University of Tennessee. Seibers also holds a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Tennessee and an Associate of Science in Sociology from Roane State Community College.

Master of Social Work in Organizational Leadership, University of Tennessee

Graduate certificate in Trauma Treatment, University of Tennessee

Bachelor of Social Work, University of Tennessee

Associate of Science, Sociology, Roane State Community College

National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Bachelors Student of the Year, May 2018

Jones, A., Wallis, D., & Seibers, A. (2020). Gender-responsive practice and pregnant girls: A scoping review of America’s girls’ courts. Children and Youth Services Review, 118, 105426.

Dupper, D., Jones, A., & Seibers, A. (2019). School social work in charter schools. In Encyclopedia of Social Work.

Mason, M. J., Zaharakis, N. M., Moore, M., Brown, A., Garcia, C., Seibers, A., & Stephens, C. (2018). Who responds best to text-delivered cannabis use disorder treatment?: A randomized clinical trial with young adults. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 32(7), 699–709.

Moore, M., Mason, M., Brown, A., Garcia, C., Seibers, A., & Stephens, C. J. (2018). Remote biochemical verification of tobacco use: Reducing costs and improving methodological rigor with mailed oral cotinine swabs. Addictive Behaviors, 87. doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2018.07.004