Ashley Hunter founded The Fit Kids Foundation in January 2011 and currently serves as their Executive Director. Ashley grew up in Wayzata, MN where she attended The Blake School. She went on to Middlebury College and graduated in 1998 with a degree in Psychology. After graduation, Ashley spent 2 years as an investment banking analyst with Robertson Stephens in San Francisco. She went on to conduct investor relations for Commtouch Software and spent 2 years as a substitute teacher for elementary aged children at the Phillips Brooks School in Menlo Park. Ashley is very active in the non-profit world. She is a former board member of the San Francisco Zoological Society and is the co-founder and former co-president of Circle of Friends, now called Ambassadors for Packard Children’s Hospital, an organization that supports Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. Ashley also serves on the Joint Development Committee of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, volunteers her time for THYCA (Thyroid Cancer Survivor’s Association), and conducts Alumni Admission Interviews for Middlebury College. Ashley grew up as an avid athlete and hopes to spread her love of health and fitness through Fit Kids. Ashley lives in the Menlo Park area with her 4 children.