Survivor Gallery: Ashlie Bailey

Ashlie Bailey is a trafficking survivor-leader from Tyler, TX who has dedicated her life to the fight against human trafficking. Ashlie is also the co-founder of the Henry, Leroy, Oscar Call Your Mom! campaign and co-founder of The Finding Hope Project. Many years ago, Ashlie was able to find her voice through her art, music, and writing and she has shared photos of her art and jewelry collection Beauty for Ashes Designs.

Biography

Ashlie Bailey is from East Texas, is married, and has a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from The University of Texas at Tyler. In 2010, Ashlie found her calling. She is an artist, speaker, and a survivor-leader who has dedicated her life to the fight against Human Trafficking and Ritualistic Abuse. She also is a recipient of the Granting Courage Scholarship from The United States Immigration Customs Enforcement Foundation. Ashlie’s greatest passion is working with girls who are at risk. She serves with a local faith-based nonprofit and safe-home for Child Sex Trafficking survivors.

In 2018, Ashlie’s aunt Michelle Hoover started The Henry, Leroy, Oscar, Call your mom! Campaign to locate her missing sons Henry, Leroy, and Oscar. Now, Ashlie Bailey and her family are also campaigning to find her missing children Joshua, David, Joseph, Hope, and Grace. It is called The Finding Hope Project.

Many years ago, Ashlie began to find her voice for the very first time through her art, music, and writing. Ashlie is the author of Survivor Blog and now enjoys using the arts to raise awareness. Her favorite mediums are using a combination of wood burning, watercolors, and polymer clay for her unique handcrafted, survivor-made art and jewelry collection Beauty for Ashes Designs.

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