Ashley Antler

Ashley has had a longstanding passion for advocating for women and marginalized individuals, tracing back to her work as an undergraduate student, documenting the stories of female survivors of domestic violence.  Ashley is an attorney, with expertise advising clients in the healthcare industry, both at large law firms, and currently, “in-house” at a healthcare start-up.  In addition, she has provided pro bono legal services to women and LGBT individuals seeking asylum, and various non-profit organizations.  Outside of work, Ashley is an enthusiastic runner and athlete, and has, for over six years, through Achilles International, participated as a running guide for blind and disabled runners in road races, including the New York City Marathon, which brings her great joy.  She is a 200-hour certified yoga teacher and a teacher with Exhale to Inhale.  She holds a B.A. from Brown University and a J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Ashley believes deeply in the power of movement to heal and empower and is grateful for the opportunity to support others on their journeys.

Ashley has had a longstanding passion for advocating for women and marginalized individuals, tracing back to her work as an undergraduate student, documenting the stories of female survivors of domestic violence.  Ashley is an attorney, with expertise advising clients in the healthcare industry, both at large law firms, and currently, “in-house” at a healthcare start-up.  […]