Land, Milk & Honey | Black Visions for Food Sovereignty | Special guest – Ashley Scott

On today’s installment of our Land, Milk & Honey series, we’ll be joined by Vice President of the Freedom Georgia Initiative, Sister Ashley Scott.
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Ashley Nicole Scott is a visionary entrepreneur, creative executive, REALTOR, and CEO of The Mobile Mavens, an Atlanta-based full-service marketing agency specializing in 360 degree immersive brand experiences and digital marketing. Mrs. Scott currently serves as the Chief Communications Officer of The Freedom Georgia Initiative formed in 2020 to create a thriving safe haven for black families in response to dealing with racial trauma, a global pandemic, and social-economic instabilities. Ashley is an activist and public speaker helping to amplify the story of how 19 Black families purchased over 502 acres of land 2-hours south of Metro Atlanta to implement their vision of an environmentally friendly, self-sufficient, intentional community that will be a model for food sovereignty, climate justice, and collective power for Black families and their allies.

Ashley Scott is a 2008 graduate of Bennett College for Women with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She is a member of the National Association of REALTORS, the NAACP, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and sits on the Board of the Black Achievement Fund. A sought-after inspirational speaker and content contributor, Ashley’s writing has been
featured on, Medium, and Newsweek. Her story has been featured on, Washington Post, New York Times, Black Enterprise, and more. She was recently featured as an honoree for BET’s Generation Next segment sponsored by McDonald’s.

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