Ashley is a San Francisco native with Garifuna roots in Trujillo, Honduras. She is a proud Howard University Alumna with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. She is also a proud Brown University Alumna with Masters Degree in Urban Education Policy. Ashley is an optimist, self-proclaimed nerd, dog aunt to a Bichon poodle, and a recovering people-pleaser. She shares her enthusiasm for inner healing and innovation through coaching, writing, speaking, teaching, and training organizations.
Ashley has worked with hundreds of children and families professionally in the last 13 years from a variety of backgrounds and abilities. Her experiences as a Family Support Specialist; Case Manager and Program Coordinator; Children's Ministry Director; Afterschool Teacher; and School-based Tutor inform her experiences as a Master Certified Life Coach for kids of all ages, adults included.
What Ashley helps people accomplish
Increased confidence and competencies through emotional processing, goal-setting, play, skill-building, and self-observation
Enhanced learning experiences by reframing challenges as opportunities towards reaching next-level goals
Sharpened decision making through culturally-relevant brain-balancing and heart-centered tools
“When Ashley started working with my son he was reluctant to complete homework and it was a nightly battle. Not fun for anybody in the house. She listened to him and earned his trust. This opened the door for her to help him understand the connection between his thoughts and his actions. He has been able to build on the concepts he learned with Ashley."
Danielle W., San Lorenzo, CA, Mother of 3
Want to keep calm while getting your child off their phone?
“In an effort to decluttering my 11-year-old daughter’s heart and headspace, I ended up decluttering mine. The first session changed our lives because while she was telling me how much she enjoyed her time with Coach Ashley because she was given the time and space to draw or write whatever she wanted and that made her feel like she had power over herself."