Ashley Brantley

Ashley Brantley is editor of Better Tennessee. As senior copywriter at bohan, Ashley oversees the development and execution of content for both digital and print media. She has more than 10 years of experience in writing, editing, social media and public relations.

Ashley’s background in journalism, social media and PR gives her a well-rounded view of how communications can succeed. After working for several years as a reporter at the Tennessee state capitol, Ashley returned to school to get her MA in journalism and public relations from University of Memphis.

Ashley volunteers her writing and marketing skills to Our Kids, a Nashville nonprofit that helps children and families affected by child sexual abuse, where she is on both the board and executive committee. Ashley’s writing has been published in Road King magazine, The Nashville Scene and The City Paper.

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Stories by this contributor

  1. Forces at Play: Exploring the intuitive design of the upcoming BlueCross Healthy Place at David Carnes Park in Memphis

  2. The Path to Parenthood: Two women talk about how Baby University helped them realize their full potential

  3. Step Outside: 5 places to embrace the outdoors in Tennessee cities

  4. Teen Suicide in Tennessee: Are today’s youth more at risk than previous generations?

  5. Good Sports: BlueCross volunteers and Nashville Predators partner to connect with kids in the community

  6. Walking in Memphis: How the built environment affects health: Q&A with Church Health’s Jenny Bartlett-Prescott

  7. Obesity Quiz: Test your knowledge and learn what Tennesseans are doing to stop the epidemic

  8. Report Card: Senior Health: A quick look at the over-65 population in Tennessee