You can check me out at www.ashleywhitlatch.com my newly minted site!
Here's a bit about me:
I'M ASHLEY. A VISUAL STORYTELLER. A CREATOR. A GYSHIDO MASTER.
I'm a fan of taking photos, drawing, and building respected brands around the world.
Sometimes I like to write about what I do in life, and at work. I love traveling solo and take photos of amazing architecture or landscapes while visiting as many bookstores, museums, and coffee shops along the way. I also have a fun side project.
I love structured autonomy. I also love clever contradictions.
I delight in designing stellar presentations, and I tell a great story.
I’ve taken the stage across the US + Europe, speaking at a variety of venues.
I’m currently based in San Francisco, but previously spent time in Budapest, Seattle, Indianapolis, and a tiny town in WA you’ve never heard of.
I graduated with a degree in Journalism, and then took on a competitive leadership consulting gig where I traveled the U.S. and lived out of two suitcases for a year. A year as a full time road warrior was enough, and I accepted a marketing and advising role at my Alma Mater, ultimately running local and national marketing campaigns for 49 prominent student organizations.
After a decade of marketing work (the most recent four years at Prezi, Inc.), I decided to take a sabbatical to travel for pleasure, explore my creativity, and continue learning for fun. I’ve spent time with family and friends, taking on an occasional work gig.
I speak English, and a smidgen of Spanish and Hungarian.
I've also started learning French after a magical trip to Paris.
Qu'est-ce que tu penses ?
I have traveled a rather atypical path both personally and in my career. Leadership consultant, to higher ed adviser and marketer, to running global evangelism programs for a rapidly scaling SaaS company in Budapest and SF.
One of the greatest strengths of my diverse background is that I have a deep understanding of how to work with, and market to, Millennials and Gen Z: the future.
Want to work together? Drop a line and say hello!
Fave Piece of Work:
That's a tough one...maybe my "prezume"