Ashley M. Fraise was born in New Orleans, LA and moved to Lorain, OH when she was in grade school. After graduating from Lorain Admiral King High School she attended Eastern Michigan University where she received a Bachelor’s of Science in Education with a concentration in Mathematics and Science, as well as a minor in Psychology. She also obtained a Master’s of Arts in Educational Leadership with a concentration in K-12 Administration from Eastern Michigan. While at Eastern Michigan, Ms. Fraise was on the Dean’s List, a member of Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society in Education and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.
After college she moved to Fort Worth, TX as a teacher for Fort Worth Independent School District (ISD). During her career with Fort Worth ISD, Ms. Fraise was selected as Campus Teacher of the Year. In her 13 years in education, Ms. Fraise has had the privilege of being a Math and Science Teacher, a Math and Science Instructional Specialist, a Science Curriculum & Assessment Writer, a Data Analyst, a Testing Coordinator, Dean of Instruction and Assistant Principal. Ms. Fraise joined Cincinnati Public Schools in 2021 as a high school assistant principal.
When she is not working, Ms. Fraise enjoys spending time with her family and supporting her nieces and nephews at their athletic and academic events, traveling to different countries and watching sports. She also volunteers her time participating in community service events with her sorority.