Ashley Tillery got her start in the news industry after interning for several media entities including daytime television show KHOU’s “Great Day Houston,” Urban Houston Network, radio station KPFT 90.1 and the website News with Attitude. She is a proud graduate of Sam Houston State University, where she obtained both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mass communication and digital media.

Ashley joined the CW39 Houston team in 2017 as an assignments editor for “NewsFix” and was quickly promoted to associate producer for “Morning Dose” a few months later.

In addition to assisting show producers with script writing and other editorial tasks, she also coordinates the program’s guest spots and leads reoccurring segments such as “Wildlife Wednesday” and “Food Truck Friday.”

Since she is an only child and the only family member born and raised in Houston— parents are from New York — she loves to represent H-town everywhere she goes. Outside of the office, Ashley loves to travel, eat delicious food and enjoy everything Houston has to offer.

You can reach Ashley at atillery@nexstar.tv or connect with her on social media.


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