Ashley Turner currently serves as a Registered Nurse in Labor and Delivery at St. Francis Hospital in Columbus, Georgia. She is a 2014 graduate of Columbus State University’s School of Nursing earning her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Certificate in Servant Leadership. During her time at Columbus State University, Ashley participated in the Servant Leadership Program, earning one of CSU’s top scholarships. As part of the program, Ashley participated in eight academic courses focused on servant leadership and gave over 500 hours of service back to the Columbus community in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Midtown Medical Center, Big Brother/Big Sisters, Habitat for Humanity, Fox Elementary School, the Literacy Alliance and Girls, Inc. Ashley’s initial interest in studying servant leadership came from her grandfather, William Bradley Turner, a strong advocate for the practice of servant leadership in the Columbus community and beyond. This initial interest was solidified during Ashley’s high school years at Brookstone School, where she participated in the Brookstone Servant Leadership program. Ashley is passionate about servant leadership and the importance of its practice in all organizations. Ashley also serves on the Easter Seals of Columbus, GA Board and the Bradley/Turner Foundation Fifth Generation Board.