Ashlee Freeman, M.Ed., has worked in education since 2016 and in higher education since 2021. Ashlee has worked in small school environments serving exceptional students requiring increased supports and services to facilitate academic achievement and the development of social, emotional, and behavioral management skills. Roles include Teacher, Mentor, Case Manager, and Instructional Leader. She has worked with high-risk and underserved high school students in the Phoenix (Arizona) Metropolitan area.
Ashlee serves as an Educational Advocate for students with Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD) at the elementary and high school levels. Her passion is to educate the team, including family and school staff, on AD/HD, remove misconceptions, and be creative in ways to support the student in both the classroom and community.
Ashlee enjoys spending time with her family. She enjoys making memories with her husband and children, traveling, going to the spa, listening to live music, and singing alone in the car.