District Manager, Jim Massey’s Cleaners and Laundry
Ashley oversees the day-to-day operations of 10 dry cleaning stores and two laundromats. She credits her network for supporting her career growth and gives back to her community in a variety of ways, from collecting supplies for tornado victims to participating in a prom dress drive.
When did you start your current job?
I started my current job with Jim Massey’s in June 2021.
What is your main role at your company?
My main role is to oversee the day-to-day operations of ten dry cleaning stores and two laundromats.
How are you involved in your community?
Recently, I was able to work with an organization out of Autauga County and a church out of Elmore County to donate clothes and toys to tornado victims. This past year, Jim Massey’s partnered with WSFA for a Coats for Comforts Drive. 2022 was the biggest year we’ve had so far with over two thousand coats donated. Last summer, I had the opportunity to partner with Ishtar Chapter #101 Order of the Eastern Stars to help the girls at Brantwood Children’s Home with a prom. On behalf of Jim Massey’s, I was able to donate prom dresses. The ladies at the Eastern Stars met with the girls and helped them with their hair and makeup.
What is your key to success?
My key to success is people. The continued support from my family, friends, co-workers and the Masseys have helped me be successful in my career at Jim Massey’s Cleaners and Laundry. The dedication of the staff to Jim Massey’s has continued to help the company grow and prosper.