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Ashley Kehl was appointed to the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women in June 2009 by the Senate President Pro Tempore Glenn Coffee.
A native of Oklahoma City, Kehl grew up as a pastor’s daughter where she learned the value of faith and family, and what it means to be a leader of integrity. With various leadership opportunities in church and school, Kehl developed skills and expertise that would lead to her attending Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford. It was there she earned an undergraduate degree in Communications with a minor in Marketing in December of 2006.
During college, Ashley served in several student activities and organizations including anchor of the college broadcasting network, secretary at the Baptist Collegiate Ministry and member of Gamma Delta Kappa, SWOSU’s Honor Sorority.
Upon graduation, Ashley joined the staff of Senator Glenn Coffee as a staff assistant, where she was later promoted to her current position as Leadership Media Assistant when Coffee became the first Republican President Pro Tempore of the Senate.
Ashley makes her home in Oklahoma City and is a member of Brookwood Baptist Church.
Last Modified on 09/24/2010
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