Ashleigh is a Florida native and she joined SBC-CPA in 2019. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and has prior experience in the customer service environment. Ashleigh warmly greets the guests of the firm and the associated executive office center, as well as performs administrative duties for the firm. In her spare time she enjoys going to a local bookstore to find her latest adventure, spending time with her family, especially her nieces and nephews, having home spa/movie nights with her mom and sisters, and going on walks with her three dogs. If you don’t catch Ashleigh with her head in a book, she’s looking up new recipe to cook and share with the family and neighbors or learning new languages, including French, Latin and German.
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