Like most women in the public eye today, Ashley has many strings to her bow. Not only a highly sought-after DJ, accomplished television presenter and popular model, she is also an articulate social commentator, activist and empowerment coach whose quick-wit, goofy sense of humour and authenticity have won her a legion of fans and an impressive social media following of over 346,000.
But what Ashley is most passionate about is using her platform for good; realising her responsibility to raise awareness for the causes closest to her heart.
A campaigner for mental health, body positivity and social media honesty, Ashley has appeared on both BBC News and Sky News to discuss topical issues and draw on her own past battles with self-harm, bullying and body dysmorphia.
As a feisty feminist, in 2018, Ashley was chosen to appear in a special series of Celebrity Big Brother: Year of the Woman, celebrating 100 years of female enfranchisement and in which she secured a place in the semi-final.
Last year Ashley made headlines and sparked a national debate following appearances on both Jeremy Vine and Good Morning Britain, where she advocated the right for single women to have IVF on the NHS.
She has been the face of PETA campaigning against fur, is an ambassador for Choose Love and for the past three years has been a celebrity face for Jeans for Genes, supporting children affected by genetic disorders.