Ashley Charlton Griffin is an educator, communications specialist, and diverse content creator. Her portfolio career consists of over 20 years of work experience in the fields of administration, management, human resources, and communications.
She is a sought-after speaker who has collaborated on projects and events with both domestic and South Korean-based companies and brands.
She is a member of the TESOL International Association and the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA). She will pursue the TCEA Remote Learning Certified Educator and Technology Specialist certifications in winter 2021.
Griffin, who currently resides in Houston, supports the initiatives of Houston Food Bank, Innocence Project, and The Alliance for Multicultural Community Services. She also is a committed contributor to low-income businesses and students through Kiva.org and several other civil communities throughout the United States.
Griffin completed a Bachelor of Arts at Southern New Hampshire University and is now pursuing a Masters of Science in Applied Linguistics with an emphasis in TESOL at Texas A&M University-Commerce. In her downtime, she enjoys her hobbies of travel, cooking, and music.