My name is Ashley Gregorius, and I'm running for the hospital board in our community. I wanted to take a moment to share with you why I believe your vote for me is crucial in shaping the future of our healthcare system. Together, we can create positive change and build a healthier, stronger community.
Experience that Makes a Difference
As the Business Operations Manager of an optometry practice and medical spa, I have developed extensive protocols for day-to-day operations and marketing management. I am also the founder of a healthcare consulting firm. My background in education includes working with children and adults with disabilities as a Behavior Specialist, teaching in various education settings, and contributing to School Districts, nonprofits, and childcare centers.
Education that Empowers
AA degree from Whatcom Community College
Executive Healthcare Management Certification and Healthcare Change Certification from Cornell University
Studied Criminal Justice and Communication at WSU
Dedicated to Community Service
I am deeply involved in community service, actively contributing to organizations that make a difference in Skagit County:
President of the Board at Burlington Little School
Previous Board Member at Friendship House
Previous Board Vice Chair at Fidalgo Nature School
A Powerful Statement
In this crucial role, I will leverage my experience to ensure the provision of outstanding programs for Skagit County citizens while implementing positive change. Growing up on a five-acre farm, I understand the needs and healthcare access challenges faced by rural communities. As a parent and a business professional, I am committed to securing a healthy future for people of all ages while maintaining fiscal responsibility.
On the Hospital Board, I will be a strong advocate for:
Program Expansion: I will work tirelessly to introduce more programs and expand healthcare services to meet the needs of our community.
Healthcare Access: I will fight for equitable healthcare access for our rural communities, ensuring they receive the same level of care as those in urban areas.
A Record of Community Engagement
I have actively collaborated with nonprofit leaders and local elected officials, advocating for healthcare after witnessing the struggles of individuals with mental health issues and disabilities. Alongside managing a successful optometry practice, I have volunteered for the betterment of our community, supported local businesses, and improved early childhood education throughout Skagit County.
Committed to a Healthy and Vibrant Skagit County
With a steadfast commitment to improving the health and vitality of all residents, I am ready to serve on the Hospital Board. Your vote for me will ensure a passionate advocate for positive change and accessible healthcare.
Together, let's build a healthier future for Skagit County!
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