Ashleigh Blackmore

PR Specialist, Business Communicator, Content Writer and Social Media Strategist

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Ashleigh is a PR and marketing communications expert with 15 years of expertise in various roles across government, corporate, academic and non-profit sectors. She is well versed in internal communications, media relations, social media growth and community engagement.

Public Speaking Engagement

Ashleigh Blackmore, Manager of FEX Central Ontario will discuss local events, programs and resources that are available to members and prospective members in her chapter. FEX Central Ontario is a growing chapter made up of family business members and advisors who serve family enterprise clientele.

Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
CCOHS: 2012-2013 Annual Report

Oversaw redesign process of annual report and its transition from paper-based format to entirely online document with dynamic text, graphics and enhanced ‘look and feel’ while still maintaining official Government of Canada brand standards; wrote content for various departments and oversaw editing and proofreading

My Personal Blog - Stay Outdoors Halton Mommy (no longer active)
Victorian Christmas- a holiday tradition in Halton Region | Stay Outdoors Halton Mommy

I've mentioned in previous posts that Bronte Creek Provincial Park is one of our family's favourite outdoor spots in Halton Region. I was super excited to check out their Victorian Christmas event this year. We hadn't been since 2012 (see my post from that time), and had never been with Em.

Live Out There (blog no longer active)
How Not to Be a Fair-Weathered Outdoor Enthusiast | Live Out There

Let's face it, depending on your climate, it's really easy to love being outdoors when it's temperate, pleasant and dry. That's when the playgrounds are filled with kids, bike paths are hazardous and your Facebook feed includes nothing but selfies taken at the beach or outdoor patio.

My Personal Blog - Stay Outdoors Halton Mommy (no longer active)
Barre Life Oakville- Review

Did you ever take ballet lessons as a kid? I started lessons at around age 4, and though I gave it up around 7, I still remember the feeling of twirling around in my little pink slippers on the hardwood floor and the feeling graceful and beautiful.

Millions flock to Wee blog

Interview pitch on behalf of PR freelance client Sarah Noftle resulted in this news article

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