Ashley L. Alexander
A seasoned fundraising professional, Ashley Alexander has over a decade of development experience raising funds for nonprofit organizations across the country. She began her fundraising career as a consultant in New York serving diverse nonprofits and now is director of membership for a renowned Denver museum.
Ashley’s desire to support service members and their families was solidified when she participated in the opening dedication event for the Center for the Intrepid at Brooke Army Medical Center in 2007. As the granddaughter of Veterans who served our country during WWII and Korea, she has been compelled to support those who selflessly and willingly defend our country and our freedom. As a member of the American Legion Auxiliary Post 119 for 7 years, Ashley was an active volunteer – organizing the sponsor-a-unit Christmas stocking program and sharing her musical talents at parades, ceremonies and events at veteran homes.
Ashley holds a Bachelor of Science in Arts Administration from Wagner College in New York and is a proud Colorado native.
Task Force: ISO engages and inspires Veterans through photography. Veterans gain purpose through activity and self-discovery and build community through continued mentorship and support.