Allison Ashley

Highly motivated with a love for learning, skilled problem solver, with a track record of delivering robust on time solutions. Extensive experience in the design, analysis, development, testing, and management of application systems across a wide range of areas (eg. Professional Services, Sales and Marketing, Human Resources, Daycare, Healthcare, SAS products, etc.). Detail oriented without loss of sight of the big picture. Easily relate to people within diverse settings and able to build and maintain positive working relationships across organizations.

  • Senior/Software Development Engineer in Test at SAS
  • Masters in Statistics- New Mexico State University (1993)
  • Bachelor in Science and Mathematics- Florida Atlantic University (1990)
  • Volunteer with Promised Land Living- auditing ministry processes/working to create more efficient and sustainable processes.
  • Board Member, Trinity Academy

Julie Song

Julie Song is Senior Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of Advance Auto Parts. She oversees the Company’s corporate ethics and compliance program, leads the labor and employment and data privacy legal teams, and serves on the company’s COVID-19 Leadership Team.

Before joining Advance, Julie was the Chief Compliance Officer at IQVIA and held a legal leadership role at Quintiles. Julie has a deep understanding of compliance issues affecting US public companies and previously worked in the securities enforcement department of a large international law firm in Washington, DC. Prior to that, Julie worked in the Office of Management and Budget of the Executive Office of the President overseeing certain law enforcement accounts within the US Department of Justice, and before that, served as a Teach For America corps member in Houston, Texas. Since September 2019, Julie has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Chordoma Foundation, which seeks to improve the lives of the global patient community affected by chordoma and to lead the search for a cure to this rare disease.

Julie lives in Raleigh with her husband and three daughters. Her oldest played violin with NCCMI for five years, and her youngest joined NCCMI as a cellist in 2022. Both Julie and her husband have served as parent coordinators for the program.

Julie earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania, Master of Public Policy degree from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and Juris Doctor degree from the University of North Carolina School of Law.