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Ashley is a native to Easley, SC and a graduate of North Greenville University. In 2012, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with minors in International Business and Economics. As our office manager, Ashley keeps our office running efficiently and effectively! She is the go-to person for appointment scheduling, incoming and outgoing tax returns, etc. She also assists our BOSS team with bookkeeping needs and projects throughout the year. Ashley’s reliablenss, friendliness, and thoroughness make her a key member of our team. Outside of the office, Ashley is an avid reader and movie watcher. She also enjoys trying new recipes, spoiling her pets, and spending time with family and friends.
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