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330.941.2390aaltiero AT egcc DOT eduAshley earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interpersonal and Public Communication Studies from Kent State University in 2008. For two years, she served as President of the Kent Communication Society, leading fundraisers for the Kylie Jane Long Foundation and Kent Relay for Life. In 2009, she began her career in Higher Education at YSU. Ashley worked as a Graduate Assistant at the Reading and Study Skills Center, where she assisted students with reading speed and comprehension techniques; earning certification as a CRLA tutor. In 2010, she was hired as an Academic Advisor within the Bitonte College of Health and Human Services; primarily advising Exercise Science and Pre-Physical Therapy majors. In 2011, Ashley graduated with her M.S.Ed. in Counseling, focusing on Student Affairs Leadership and Practice. She currently holds a full-time position as a Student Coach for Project HOPE; a grant funded program that assists students in health profession fields. In addition, she serves as Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Counseling and Special Education, teaching Advanced College Success Skills for the Reading and Study Skills Center. Ashley is also the Campus Communications Leader for the Safe Zone Advisory Council. In her spare time, Ashley enjoys reading, writing, spending time with friends and family, and taking walks in the woods with her Golden Retriever, Scout.
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Shanna began her association with YSU when she started attending in the fall of 2004. She graduated in 2009 earning a bachelor’s degree in Family and Consumer Studies with a minor in Developmental Psychology. After graduation, she began employment with a non-profit organization in Butler, Pennsylvania, where she held the positions of staff recruiter and head of personnel orientation in their human resources department.
In 2011, she returned to YSU as a Student Coach for Project HOPE, a federally grant-funded program developed to assist income-eligible students interested in pursuing a career in healthcare.
Shanna resides in Pennsylvania with her husband. She enjoys hockey, spending time with family and friends, and volunteering. Over the past three years, she has helped coordinate an annual charity event in New Castle, Pennsylvania, where proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society to help fund breast cancer research.
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