Ashley Wright is a trial attorney by day with a fervent passion for community leadership, service, law, and mentorship of women. She serves as an Assistant Statewide Prosecutor for the Florida Attorney General's Office of Statewide Prosecution, where she investigates and prosecutes multi-circuit level organized crime such as drug trafficking, racketeering, criminal gangs, organized retail theft and fraud. Ashley graduated Cum Laude from the University of Florida in 2012 and earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Georgia School of Law in 2015. Although highly dedicated to the pursuit of equity and justice as a black female prosecutor, she is equally committed to service and leadership roles in the Central Florida community and was a recent recipient of the 2021 Spirit of Community Award by the Florida Commission on the Status of Women. In addition, Ashley serves as a Florida Bar Leadership Academy Class IX (nine) Fellow, President-Elect of the Paul C. Perkins Bar Association, Co-Membership Director for the Central Florida Association for Women Lawyers, and a member of the National Black Prosecutors Association. Ashley's God-given purpose in life is to empower, inspire, and positively enrich the lives of women and girls. She is the Founder of "Becoming Black Female Barristers" - a social community for law students and licensed attorneys to further personal and professional development goals. She is also the Founder of "Worthy of the Crown Coaching" where she offers pageant and feminine confidence coaching, empowering her clients to excel in life, leadership, and pageantry. Ashley served as the Inaugural Chairwoman of the Pace Center for Girls Young Professionals Board in Orange County and she is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sorority, Inc.