SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR
Born and raised here in the desert of Phoenix, Ashley is the youngest child of an overcrowded six children household. To clarify, when she says youngest, it’s by 10 minutes as she is the second born twin. Yes, her name is Ashley Olsen and she is a twin, let that sink in. Moving on … growing up in such a large family shaped who she is today. There was a lot of personality among the eight members of her family, those of you who know her dad will understand. And yes, Ed Olsen is her dad, let that sink in. Moving on…
Ashley has lived in Arizona her entire life and over the years her love for Phoenix grew right alongside the city itself. She attended Arizona State University where she earned her BS from the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication. Throughout her college years and for some time after, she tended bar at a local watering hole called Sandbar. This is how we know she can put the social in social media.
For pretty much as long as she can remember photography and writing have been two of her passions. Storytelling through imagery and words is something that truly inspires her. As the social media coordinator at ReThinc, she gets to blend these passions through organic and paid creative content development for a wide array of clients. From photos to copywriting to budgeting and execution, she is involved in the entire social media process.
When Ashley is not working, she enjoys spending time with her fiancé, Tim as well as their two adorable dogs, Ruby and Tuffy. Her weekends are spent with her many friends at a local music venue or out exploring the beauty of the Arizona wilderness. She is a huge believer that a little good music and some quality time in nature can fix just about anything in life.
- Often found barefoot with a camera in hand
- Currently planning the rest of her years with her high school sweetheart
- Has dogs cooler than her
- Working on a camper trailer named The Golden Falcon
- Common weekend highlight: dumplings from Chou’s Kitchen
Would I rather be feared or loved? Easy. Both. I want people to be afraid of how much they love me.
When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.