My Meridian: Being a young professional with small children, I understand being pulled in many different directions. Many times some of the most important decisions we need to make as a family can be overshadowed by all of the other stresses that occur in our daily lives. My goal is to help others see that financial decisions do not have to be one of these everyday stresses. Through careful planning and dedication, every individual and family can reach their financial goals. Once you have a roadmap for your financial future you can really begin to enjoy all the blessings in your life.
Retirement Plan Officer
Ashley is a Retirement Plan Officer at Meridian and is responsible for administration of retirement plans. She also handles enrollments for new participants and serves as a client contact. Ashley graduated from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville with a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. She is currently pursuing the Certified Financial Planner® designation after completing the education requirement and successfully passing the exam in July 2013.
Ashley is a member of the Junior League of Knoxville. Through the League, Ashley is able to volunteer her time and efforts to many different charitable organizations throughout the community. She is also a new member of the Girl Scouts of Southern Appalachians Special Events Committee. Ashley is also a proud alumnus of the Delta Zeta sorority, Beta Lambda chapter. She and her family attend Trinity United Methodist Church where she also serves as a parent board member to the church’s child care center, Trinity Child Development Center.
Ashley began her career as Customer Service Representative at First Tennessee Bank in the fall of 2004. From there she joined Clayton Bank and Trust in 2005. She worked her way from Customer Service Representative to Branch Manager before joining Meridian Trust as a Retirement Plan Officer in September of 2008.
Ashley is happily married to David. Together they have two young children, Mackensie and Mason.