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Ashli attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She studied architecture earning a Bachelor of Architecture degree and a Minor in Industrial Management. Ashli attended CMU on an Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) scholarship and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Army Corps of Engineers, in June of 1996.

While in the U.S. Army Ashli served in a Heavy Construction Battalion based out of Ft. Lewis, Washington. She was the Platoon Leader of two construction platoons acting as both leader and construction manager. Following her time as a Platoon Leader, she served as a Construction Administrator, Intelligence Officer, Training Officer, and rounded out her career as an Executive Officer of a 210 soldier Headquarters Company.

Ashli left the military, as a Captain, with an Honorable Discharge and ventured into private practice as an architect. She started her career in Missouri, with a small firm, completing both residential and light commercial projects. Following this job, Ashli and her husband John were transferred to Ft. Bragg, NC. While living in North Carolina she worked for a mid-size firm doing K-12 and community college projects. In 2002, Ashli moved to Connecticut where she focused on residential design. She finished taking her professional licensing exams and became a licensed architect.

Ashli has a husband, John, and two children, Jack (10) and Sydney (7). They moved back to Ft. Thomas in June of 2005 to be near family and raise their children in this wonderful community.

Ashli currently serves her community as a member of the Board of Adjustments and as the Chairman of the Renaissance Board. She is the Race Director for the Brookville Lake Sailing Association and is a member of the Charities Guild of Northern Kentucky.

Recommended Reading
1. Home by Design - Sarah Susanka
2. The Not So Big House - Sarah Susanka
3. Good House Parts - Dennis Wedlick
4. The Face of Home - Jeremiah Eck

 

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