Biography Wiki / Profile Background
- Ashe Schow, a political journalist, has a range of admirers, including Stuart Taylor along with K. C. Johnson, who wrote Until Proven Innocent and The Campus Rape Frenzy: The Attack on Due Process at America’s Universities.
- Schow has both the gift of the gab and a flair for writing. She uses her talents to keep the public well-informed about both political issues and worthy causes.
Personal Life : Family & Education
- Schow was born in Florida on May 30, 1987.
- Parents : Her father is an engineer, while her mother is a homemaker.
- She spent her formative years in Florida, relocating to Massachusetts in time for her to begin her junior year in high school. It was during her high school years when she became interested in politics.
- Growing up, Ashe would come home and discuss politics and the President (George W. Bush, at the time) with her father. In school, she got a liberal perspective, but at home, she and her father would discuss politics with a conservative viewpoint.
- After completing high school, Schow went to Florida State University for her Bachelor’s Degree in Arts. She majored in Creative Writing and minored in Theater. Her original desire was to become a writer in the vein of Faulkner.
- Currently, she lives with her fiancé in Virginia.
Professional Timeline : Salary & Net Worth
- Schow had the desire to become a writer after leaving college. However, due to a suggestion from her father, she took an internship with a Republican Congressional Campaign in New Jersey instead. It did not take long for her to fall in love with her work!
- From 2009 – 2010, Ashe remained the field representative for Burlington County Republican Committee. In that time, she gained experience drafting messages to conservative-leaning PACS. This experience whetted her appetite, and in 2011, she teamed up with Heritage Action for America, as their Deputy Communications Director. She stayed there until August 2012.
- One year later, Ashe became the web editor at The Heritage Foundation, staying there until 2013.
- Schow left The Heritage Foundation for the Washington Examiner. They employed her as a commentary staff writer, and she kept that position for three years. In 2015, she began working with The Observer as a senior political columnist.
- In 2016, she also took up a position at Watchdog(dot)org. There she reported on events involving higher education; she takes a particular interest in university rape cases. She stayed with Watchdog for a year.
- In addition to her continuing work for The Observer, Schow also contributes to the Federalist and is the Senior Editor for The Daily Wire. Two of her specialties continues to be women’s issues and being able to handle grassroots outreach programs well, at both local and national levels.
Interesting Facts, Height & Trivia :
- Ashe enjoys exposing hoaxes, such as the anti-campus sexual assault movement that exaggerated victimhood.
- In 2016, she was awarded the Champion of Justice Award from the Independent Women’s Forum.
- She is also fond of gaming, refusing to believe that it is misogynistic and sexist in nature.
- She also engages in some fiction writing during her spare time but refuses to allow others to read her outpourings.
- Schow is a strong supporter of poor women’s rights and the initiation of a fair justice system for all.
- Apart from her father, Schow considers K. C. Johnson, Stuart Taylor, and Christina Hoff Sommers (host of Factual Feminist) to be her intellectual role models.