Ash started his career as a teller at the age of nineteen & worked his way up to several promotions & at the tender age of twenty-four he became a VP at one of the largest banks in the country.
Ash "not so humbly" retired from banking on his 30th birthday to become an author, speaker, & financial literacy advocate. Not fully prepared for entrepreneurship, he found himself back in the workforce within a year due to unforeseen family emergencies & financial hardships. This would become his biggest lesson in life.
This lesson quickly became a blessing when Ash was asked to manage a new credit union in Queensbridge houses; the largest public housing development in the U.S. At age thirty-one, Ash became one of the youngest CEO's of a federally chartered bank.
After a few years, Ash decided to leave retail banking again, but this time with more financial security by implementing many of the principles he writes about & teaches in his online academy.