About Ashley Miller for State Representative
Ashley learned early in life to dream big and to work hard. With the help of student loans, and by working throughout her adult life, Ashley was the first person in her family to graduate from college.
Ashley received her B.S. Cum Laude in Nursing from Berea College, her Masters of Science from the University of Louisville, and in August 2014, she will receive a PhD in Nursing.
To help pay for school and to set a hopeful example for young girls, Ashley entered the pageant system. Ashley won Miss Jefferson County Fair 2005, Miss Bluegrass Area 2006, Miss My Old Kentucky Home 2007, Miss University of Louisville 2008, and Ms. Kentucky United States 2013. Ashley’s confidence and intelligence have made all of Kentucky proud.
Ashley has been active in her community supporting affordable education as a volunteer for scholarship organizations, as a guest lecturer at the University of Louisville, an advocate for women’s health, and as a volunteer at The Healing Place, a support center for adults with addictions.
When she is not working as a nurse, giving back to her community, or advocating for progressive values, every Sunday after church from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Ashley enjoys her role as a sportscaster on The Weekend Sports Buzz on AM 1450.
Ashley’s goal is to be a strong and clear voice to help lead Louisville into a more prosperous future. She will work in Frankfort to strengthen the middle class through a focus on education and job growth, and support small businesses. She believes it is critical to protect the rights of every citizen and she will stand up to special interests to ensure that right-wing extremism does not threaten Louisville families.
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Ashley Miller for State Representative
P.O. Box 22923
Louisville, KY 40252
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