While studying for her master’s in public health at ColoradoSPH at CSU, Ashley Seastone, MPH '14, learned she had a passion in the education field, and a strong desire to help people overcome health disparities.
"I took a deeper look at the system and learned a lot of health aid doesn’t end up where it’s meant to go, and so when it came time to find a job a few things were a must for me. I wanted a job at a faith-based, transparent organization that has visible benefits for its clients.
"Hope House of Colorado was the perfect fit.
"In 2014, following graduation, I came across a GED coordinator job with Hope House while networking with Lisa Steven, Hope House’s executive director. Over coffee, we talked about my goals and aspirations for my career and she said, 'You know, I might have a job for you.'
"A few weeks later I became the Hope House’s GED program coordinator and it’s been amazing."
→ Read more about Ashley's work in the Arvada Press