Ashley Holden joined the KWQC news and sports team in July of 2015.
Ashley graduated with a double major in Cinema Production and Journalism from DePaul University in Chicago, IL. While at DePaul Ashley reported and anchored for both the news and sports department for the student-run news show Good Day DePaul.
Also during her time at DePaul, Ashely interned in Nashville, TN at WKRN, working on the midday news show. She also gained sports experience as a production intern at Campus Insiders in Chicago, IL.
She started her broadcast career as a production assistant/photographer for the Big East Digital Network.
Originally coming from small-town Greeville, IL Ashley is happy to be close to both the city and her hometown. As a former collegiate track athlete, in her free time Ashley enjoys running and exploring her new home in the QC.
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