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Ashley Johnson earns Carolina Pines 2021 Mercy Award

HARTSVILLE – Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center has named Ashley Johnson, BSN, RN, and certification coordinator, as the hospital’s 2021 Mercy Award winner. The Mercy Award recognizes one employee from each of LifePoint Health’s hospitals who profoundly touches the lives of others and best represents the spirit and values on which the company was founded.
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Ocala, FLEventing Nation

Five-Star Rider Ashley Johnson is Studying Elite Eventing Athletes: How You Can Help

Ashley Johnson is a busy woman. When she’s not competing at the top levels with her longtime partner, Tactical Maneuver, she can be found coaching the University of Florida’s eventing team, judging, or running her own business in Ocala, Fl. – and now she’s adding a master’s program through Harvard University to her busy day planner. As a part of her studies in Psychology, Ashley is running a study on elite eventing athletes in an effort to collect more data about the sport.
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Columbia, NCcarolinapanorama.com

Special Olympics South Carolina names Ashley Johnson to board of directors

Special Olympics South Carolina has named Ashley Johnson, an associate with Robinson Gray law firm, to its board of directors. The mission of Special Olympics South Carolina is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. These events help the athletes develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, teammates, and the community.
HealthThrive Global

Ashley Johnson of Loyal Hands: “Connecting with the earth”

One good habit I have learned from working with the dying is being true to self and not what others expect from you. So many times we are living up to others exceptions to be considered of what we deem seem success. Just think of how many people are in the closet do to the fear of what their family will think. Spending their whole life hiding who they are.
Winston-salem, NCtriad-city-beat.com

In ‘Mark Yourself Safe,’ artist Ashley Johnson challenges viewers’ fear of Blackness

Is it blood? Are they symbols? What are they saying? What do they mean?. These are the questions that arise when looking at Ashley Johnson’s latest series of work, titled Mark Yourself Safe. In the group of moody photographs that depict the backs of Black men, Johnson paints abstract, Rorschach-inspired patterns onto their bodies, a representation of the viewer’s fear of the Black male.
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Winston-salem, NCWinston-Salem Journal

Work by Ashley Johnson showcased as SECCA’s “Southern Idiom” exhibition series returns

SOLO PRESENTATION: The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art will resume its Southern Idiom series Jan. 16 with the opening of a new exhibition featuring the work of photographer and multidisciplinary creative Ashley Johnson. The exhibition will be available for view through Feb. 14 in SECCA’s Preview Gallery. It will feature work from Johnson’s "Mark Yourself Safe" photography series, exploring themes around black skin, perception, fear, curiosities and freedom. Works on view will be available for purchase. Admission to the exhibition is free, with a suggested $10 donation. SECCA is at 750 Marguerite Drive, Winston-Salem. Johnson is a writer and a multidisciplinary creative entrepreneur who lives in Winston-Salem.
Winston-salem, NCYes Weekly

SECCA’s ‘Southern Idiom’ Exhibition Series Returns with New Work by Ashley Johnson

Winston-Salem, NC — The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) will resume its Southern Idiom exhibition series on Saturday, January 16 with the opening of a new exhibition featuring the work of photographer and multidisciplinary creative Ashley Johnson. On view through February 14 in SECCA’s Preview Gallery, the exhibition will feature work from Johnson’s powerful Mark Yourself Safe photography series, exploring themes around black skin, perception, fear, curiosities, and freedom. Works on view will be available for purchase. Admission to the exhibition is free, with a suggested $10 donation.
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Did Roy Baker and Ashley Johnson reprise their role in “THE LAST OF US PART II”!!! Check out more !!

Naughty Dog is well-known developers for many triumphs like Crash Bandicoot series, Uncharted, and many more games. Likewise, Last of us part 2, an Action-adventure survival horror game developed by Naughty Dog and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4. Soon after the release of The Last of us (2013), the development of The Last of us part 2 began, it took six years to develop this amazing sensational game.
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