Ashley N. Browning is a native of Dayton, Ohio. She is a graduate of Kentucky State University, where she received a BA in Criminal Justice and a graduate of the University of Kentucky, where she received her Master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling, a long with a Certificate in Developmental Disabilities. In 2014, she received her certification in Chemical Dependency from Union College. Now she is currently enrolled in the graduate certificate program of Non Profit Administration at Wright State University.
Ashley’s most recent endeavor of starting her own business, Browning Enterprises, LLC, where she will continue to serve her community as a non-for-profit and small business consultant and independent contractor.
Ashley is inspired to continue the legacy of her grandfather, Harry C. Browning.
In 2013, Ashley relocated back to her hometown, Dayton, Ohio and she founded SoLoved.
The Organization :
SoLoved is a project based organization in the Dayton community. We are committed to assisting different populations through community outreach by doing quarterly initiatives. Our focal scripture is John 3:16, For God so loved the world…Our mission is HE gave, so we give! The purpose of SoLoved is to meet the needs of individuals in the community while expressing to them that Jesus loves them. We seek to aide and empower them not only physically, but emotionally and spiritually through the word of God.
SoLoved was founded as a way to let people know that God loves them and just how much He loves them, through scripture and outreach.
Outreach will be done by quarterly initiatives in the community through witnessing and the donation of specific items; those items will be tagged with the SoLoved logo and focal scripture. This outreach effort is not in association with any particular church or affiliation.
Meet the Team:
Founder and Outreach Coordinator:
Ashley N. Browning, MRC
Outreach Coordinator II/President:
Volunteer Coordinator/Vice President:
Governance/Member at Large:
The People of Wright State: Staff Profile...article can be found at http://webapp2.wright.edu/web1/newsroom/2019/08/08/port-in-a-storm/
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