Ashley, with a degree in Humanities from Brigham Young University, specialized in American literature and French studies. She later dedicated a decade to being a stay-at-home parent for her four children while actively engaging in their education and youth programs.
Her community involvement extended to coaching youth soccer and serving on boards for preschool and youth soccer programs. Ashley's commitment to serving others also led her to contribute to her church community and the nonprofit sector, particularly in providing essential meals.
Now, Ashley has joined Corbaci Law as a Legal Assistant, blending her passion for the humanities with her desire to foster community and learn from diverse perspectives. Within Corbaci Law, she supports paralegals and attorneys by assembling their application packages, drafting Immigration Court motions, facilitating work authorizations requests, and generally doing whatever we need her to do to help us help our clients succeed.
Beyond work, Ashley enjoys literature, soccer, cultural enrichment through museum visits, and cherished moments with her family, including her beloved Australian Labradoodle, Winni. Her journey reflects purposeful evolution, from academia to devoted parenthood, and now to a role where her empathy, strong writing, and organization skills, can contribute to our clients’ success.
Brigham Young University, Bachelor's degree in Humanities with specialization in American literature and French studies