Atlanta, Georgia (PressExposure) February 23, 2007 -- Stevee Ashlock has been nominated by the Governing Board of Editors of the Madison Who's Who of Executives and Professionals to be an honored biographical candidate in their 2006-2007 edition. Ms. Ashlock will be listed among thousands of accomplished professionals in the Madison Who's Who Registry.
As an authoritative figure in noting significant accomplishments, the institute's International Board of Research based their decision on Ms. Ashlock's individual accomplishments and contributions to society. After reviewing the endeavors of numerous men and women worldwide through business libraries, educational institutions and research centers, the International Board of Research gave much deliberation to choose those with the highest achievements and dedication to exemplary goals.
Ms. Ashlock has spent most of her career in the entertainment industry, but dedicated much of her time to charitable organizations, many international. "I really enjoy working to better the lives of women and children," Ms. Ashlock reveals, "They often are treated unfairly and are forced to overcome unbelievable situations!" The documentary she shot in Mexico, God Bless the Little Children, features a young lad, Daniel. Faced with the death of his father and mother's cancer battle, his family was forced into poverty and homelessness. Yet his encouraging story of strength emerges to rise beyond the grips of despair.
On her motivational speaking circuit of high schools and colleges, Ms. Ashlock shares with thousands of young people captivating speeches of encouragement and hope. She lavishes her audiences with insight derived from her personal life experiences. "I often tell on myself, whether it is the good, the bad or the ugly!" Ms. Ashlock confesses, "It helps people know that no one is perfect; we all make mistakes. It's about the lessons learned and how one chooses to overcome obstacles that will determine their outcome of the situation...therefore, creating one's final destination in life."
Ms. Ashlock, who herself has overcome unbelievable obstacles, is currently writing her memoirs, Courage Beyond Reason: Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Life. Her life's moto is "I want to wear out, not rust out. Life is too short to waste one minute. I will go down kicking and screaming!"