Ashro Woman of the Week
Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Danette from Jersey City, NJ This one-of-a-kind singer, actress and Ashro Woman is currently the ringmaster of Omnium Circus! Confident, stylish and bold in character, she lives her life from a place of faith. “Faith is the cornerstone of who I am. It allows me to stay upbeat and hopeful no matter what I face. Knowing that God is control, I KNOW everything is going to be alright.”
Meet Simone B. from Gates, NC. This stylish, longtime Ashro Woman knows the secret to a great marriage: dedication, nurturing and prayer. “You have to strive every day to make it work—and pray. You have to give it more than 50/50 always.” Simone and her husband enjoy date nights and travel, cooking and concerts, picking up their great granddaughter from preschool…and sitting down to Simone’s best dish: linguini with mushrooms, long-stem onions, and shrimp. Yum. Thanks for being authentic and inspiring us in the process, Simone!
Meet Leona from Fountain, CO This exemplary Ashro Woman has been a customer for almost 20 years! As a psychotherapist and dance therapy teacher, Leona spends most of her time teaching and helping others. She enjoys plants and music, life and culture…and wears Afrocentric clothing daily, even for working out.
Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Dr. Regina H. from Jersey City, NJ “I always look like I am going somewhere.” Dr. Regina is a retired professor, Deputy Chair of Nursing, who is full of style, determination and faith. Now, as a co-pastor and first lady, she preaches and teaches alongside her husband at their Baptist church. Thanks for inspiring us, Regina!
Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Michelle G. from Charlotte, NC. This beautiful wife and mother of 3 is a hardworking woman of faith. She is a speech and language pathologist, founder of her own 501c3 (Virtuous Communications), and is just about to earn her doctorate in pastoral/biblical counseling. Go Michelle!
Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Amelia H. from St. Louis, MO Amelia is a special education teacher with a heart for youth and God. While she does not have biological children herself, she is a devoted godmother, aunt and mentor who makes a tremendous difference in the lives of many.
Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, RaShawn J. from Florissant, MO. As a Library Media Specialist for grades 3-5, RaShawn does not keep to herself quietly shelving books or hiding behind the checkout counter. Just the opposite. She pours her heart and soul into her job, dressing up like characters from books, acting out stories…and encouraging her students to believe in themselves and become lifelong learners.
Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Shirley B. from Fort Worth, TX. Fabulous Shirley is a dedicated hat wearer. “As far back as I can remember, I have always worn hats. It gives you a sense of believing in yourself with pride and dignity.” No doubt, Shirley must believe in herself because she has accomplished great things.