Ashley Stoker serves as the student programs manager and is responsible for all NASBA Center for the Public Trust’s (CPT) student-related programs and events, such as the StudentCPT Chapter Program, Ethics in Action Video Competition, Campus Being a Difference Awards, Ethical Leadership Certification Program, Lead with Integrity series, and the StudentCPT Leadership Conference.
Joining the CPT six years ago, Stoker initially served as a business development specialist and activities coordinator for the CPT, where she worked alongside the CPT’s vice president and president to build new strategic partnerships, and advance ethics education with new and improved service offerings. Stoker was instrumental in several certification program upgrades and switches.
Prior to joining the CPT, Stoker worked at Viacom-Country Music Television (CMT) where she supervised internal events and coordinated guest and talent logistics. She also worked as a chapter consultant for Phi Mu Fraternity, which she is a proud member of. With Phi Mu, Stoker created strategic plans and led workshops focused in areas of public relations, risk management, recruitment, and leadership development for thousands of women across the country.
A Georgia native, Stoker received a Bachelor of Arts in mass communication with concentrations in both public relations and broadcast media from Georgia College & State University (GCSU).
Stoker is invested in her community. She has mentored aspiring college students with the TNAchieves Scholarship Program, and is a former associate board member for the Park Center. She has volunteered with Youth Encouragement Services (YES!), Meals on Wheels, and her church’s children nursery. She also served consecutive terms as a Network Under 40 ambassador, and just recently founded the GCSU affinity alumni chapter in Nashville, TN.
In Stoker’s free time, you can find her hiking with her loving husband, Luke, or whipping up a new recipe.