Ashley Pratte of Young America’s Foundation Explains Why, Under This Administration, America’s Youth are Not Able to Succeed as They Once Were.
Ashley Pratte, Young America’s Foundation’s Director of Communication, and former Executive Director for Cornerstone Policy Research & Cornerstone Action and Dave Garrison, host of The Faith & Liberty Talk Show and former U.S. Congressional Candidate, national business leader, and Dean of the School of Business for Ohio Christian University, discuss the reason that the 18-29 year olds are disenchanted with President Obama and how they are not nor will be able to succeed as they once were able to do.
Ashley is responsible for managing communications and media outreach for Young America's Foundation through press releases, social media, interviews, and op-eds. She is also responsible for writing and updating pieces for the New Guard, the Foundation's blog.
Ashley is a graduate of Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire where she served as the student body president and was involved in her campus conservative club. Ashley graduated magna cum lade from Saint Anselm in 2011 with a degree in Politics and a minor in Communication.
Ashley brings to YAF both public policy and legislative knowledge as well as networking and communications experience. Prior to working for YAF, Ashley served as Executive Director for Cornerstone Policy Research & Cornerstone Action, a prominent conservative group in New Hampshire. Before her work at Cornerstone, Ashley served as Project Director & Press Assistant to Congressman Frank Guinta and worked as the Volunteer Coordinator for his congressional campaign in 2010.
Ashley has made appearances on Hannity, Fox & Friends, Cavuto, and has been published in the Washington Times.
Ashley now resides in Arlington, Virginia but is proud to call New Hampshire home. She describes herself as a public policy junkie and loves cowboy boots and country music. Ashley's background in media and government, as well as her enthusiastic commitment to conservative values, make her an effective advocate for YAF.