Ashley Anderson is the Senior Manager of Marketing & Communications, where she is responsible for establishing and leading the execution and optimization of the overall marketing and communication strategy. Not only is Ashley responsible for CincyTech’s brand and visibility, but she is also a valuable resource to our portfolio companies through her own skill sets and network.
“I am fascinated and inspired by the various technologies and sectors encompassed within CincyTech’s portfolio. Witnessing the transformative impact of each innovation and its pivotal role in shaping a brighter future motivates me to share the many impactful stories through our region and beyond.”
Prior to joining CincyTech, Ashley spent 4 years in the B2B tech space where she was responsible for managing digital strategies around SaaS companies, leading the build of several websites and company rebrands, and building the strategic plans to align sales and marketing teams. She grew and led the Marketing Team at TSC Apparel, previously based in Cincinnati, where she was responsible for the communication and co-marketing initiatives with over 40 apparel brands and two in-house brands. In addition to this, Ashley spent time in marketing and public relations in the finance industry and at Frost Brown Todd, LLC.
Ashley earned her Bachelor of Arts in 2010 from the University of Cincinnati with minors in Journalism and Public Relations. She was an active member of PRSSA and later PRSA where she took part in initiatives such as the “Donate Life” campaign, encouraging students to register to become organ donors.
In her free time, Ashley loves diving into a good book; her current annual record stands at 88 books in one year. She loves crafting, decorating, and traveling the world as much as possible. Ashley grew up playing violin, starting at the age of 8, where she went on to play in a classical orchestra then pivoting to play the electric violin in a local punk rock band and at the occasional wedding.
Ashley has now taken up playing the ukulele. She aspires to be a NYT best-selling author and become a strong advocate for sharing the message of the research and innovations happening in the region.