Ashlee Clarke is a television personality, entrepreneur and philanthropist best known for her TV role on NBC Universal, her beauty product line and her dedication to speaking out against violence and hate, as well as fighting for women’s issues.
She is currently the founder, CEO and spokesperson for Boss Babe Body, her own line of beauty and body scrub products that she launched in 2014. The initial product line of body scrub has a huge celebrity following and is sold and marketed globally as well as being featured in national and international magazines including the July 2015 issue of British Vogue as one of "Vogues Summer Beauty Obsessions."
Her most recent enterprise is co-founding and launching RedCycle™, a cheeky monthly tampon club dedicated to providing high quality, affordable tampons and women’s hygiene products delivered straight to your door. In addition to leading the company as CEO, spokesperson and the face of the brand, she is a leading advocate for eliminating the Tampon Tax on women’s hygiene products nationwide.
From an early age, Ashlee has sought time and again to use her gifts to give back to others.
Ashlee’s television career paved the way to invest her time in her true passion of speaking out on behalf of women’s issues and especially against violence and hate. Through her “Diveralla” cause, she has been able to be a catalyst for change though many platforms, most notably on CNN, joining her voice with Dr. Bernice King, Laura Sydell and others with Eve Ensler’s “One Billion Rising.”
Through television opportunities, her corporate platform and philanthropic causes she continues to advocate and stand for what beauty means inside and out and what it means to be a woman in today’s world.
Ashlee has been a professional model since childhood and had her first national ad campaign at the age of eight as the official "Back to School" model for Belk & JC Penney department stores. She has graced the pages of over 100 fashion hair magazines all over the globe. Working with top salons; she has been a feature model in Elle Magazine as she represented Siggers Hairdressers as the "Best Hair Color Salon in the South." She has even performed as a vocalist for former United States Presidents, Dignitaries and multiple Governors.
Ashlee was Miss Georgia Teen All American in 2001 and placed third runner up to Miss Teen All American, which is deemed as one of the oldest and most prestigious teen pageants as celebrities such as Shanna Moakler & Halle Berry have held this national title.
She has additionally brought her Beauty Expert tips to & dynamic personality to ABC & NBC's "The Chat" in Jacksonville, Florida, NBC Atlanta's Hit Day Time Show "Atlanta & Company," NBC's "The Now" in Palm Beach, Florida, ABC's "Sacramento & Company" in Sacramento, California, Good Morning Texas, Good Morning Phoenix, Great Day San Antonio, Great Day Houston, "The Now" on Fox Las Vegas, CBS Atlanta, 3 Plus You Chattanooga, Talk Of Town Nashville, Charlotte Today, Low Country Live Charleston, FOX Mobile, to just name a few!