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Ashley Rhodes-Courter

Ashley Rhodes-Courter is the quintessential American success story. Born in 1985 to a single teen mother, by the age of 3 she was in Florida's foster care system where she spent almost ten years being shuttled between 14 homes—some quite abusive—before being adopted from a Children's Home at the age of twelve. Early in her life she felt compelled to advocate for herself and the other children she lived with, particularly in the abusive foster homes. By the age of 22, Ashley was a New York Times Bestselling Author and advocate. Her first memoir, "Three Little Words" is now an International Bestseller, and her second book, "Three More Words," (2015) was a #1 New Release. Ashley thrived in college, graduating with honors and ahead of schedule earning a double major in Communications and Theater and a double minor in Political Science and Psychology. She went on to earn a Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California. Having worked across the globe, Ashley has been featured on The Today Show, Good Morning America, Nightline, Nancy Grace, ABC Primetime, and other national and international media outlets. Her first book, "Three Little Words," is now being made into a major motion picture. Ashley has a passion to tell her story of triumph, while encouraging others to overcome adversity, navigate obstacles, and she strives to give audiences key tools to succeed in their own lives personally and professionally.


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