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Alesia Ash

Mayor Pro Tem City Council
Phone: (520) 439-2149
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Biography

Alesia was elected to the Sierra Vista City Council in 2014. She is currently the Council Liaison to the Commission on Disability Issues, Youth Commission, and Arts and Humanities Commission. One of the youngest elected officials in the state, Alesia has been committed to serving her community from early years on the Sierra Vista Youth Commission.

Alesia has served as Outreach and Constituent Services Representative in the Congressional District 2 Office under both Republican and Democratic leadership. In this role she is tasked with engaging key stakeholders, to include the business and Fort Huachuca communities, and helping constituents of Sierra Vista and Cochise County resolve issues with federal agencies. This experience has afforded her the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the issues and opportunities impacting our community.

Alesia attended Sierra Vista Public Schools and graduated from Buena High School, earning an academic scholarship to Arizona State University (ASU). While attending ASU, Alesia interned for then-Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. She was later employed by the Arizona State Legislature and worked as a Congressional Aide in Downtown Phoenix. Alesia graduated from ASU with a Bachelor’s of Science in Health Sciences, Health Policy. Upon graduation from ASU, Alesia chose to return to Sierra Vista to invest her education and professional experience in the community.

Alesia is honored to have been named a Flinn-Brown Fellow by the Arizona Center for Civic Leadership for the 2015 cohort of the Flinn-Brown Leadership Academy, and named a 2015 Community Luminary by the State of Black Arizona.