Ashley Arnold serves as the Assistant Director of Parent and Family Programs. She earned her Master of Education in Higher Education Administration from Georgia Southern University in Fall 2021. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies at Fort Valley State University in 2015. Ashley’s higher education career began as a student assistant in the Cooperative Extension Program at FVSU. She served as the Senior Admissions Recruiter and Dual Enrollment Coordinator at University of West Georgia. During that time, she was the advisor for the student group, Passion-N-Positivity as well as the advisor for the Dual Enrollment Ambassadors. She has also served as the Law Admissions Coordinator for Georgia State University’s College of Law. Ashley has presented at conferences such as the Georgia Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers and have been active in national organizations such as The National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, The American College Personnel Association, and The Law School Admissions Council.
Currently, Ashley serves the Division of Student Engagement and Well-being by prioritizing the resources and support for Georgia Tech families and their students. She contributes to the success of events such as Family Weekend, Sibs Day, and Grandparents and Friends Day. Ashley also manages the Parent Assistant Leaders (PALs), by engaging them in opportunities that will develop them both professionally and personally. Ashley is fully committed to the growth and impact of Parent and Family Programs at Georgia Tech.