Ashley Cisneros

Ashley Cisneros is co-founder of Chatter Buzz Media, an award-winning digital marketing firm in Orlando, Fla. Cisneros' diverse career experiences include working as a newspaper reporter, magazine editor, public relations practitioner, marketing manager, and freelance journalist.

As a technical and business communications writer for ITT Corporation, Cisneros wrote white papers for U.S. Naval engineers. 

Previously, Cisneros worked for Florida Trend, Florida's statewide business magazine that is owned by the St. Petersburg Times. She served as the editor of the company's teen magazine, Florida Trend's NEXT, a publication that helps Florida high school students prepare for life after graduation. Cisneros excelled at managing a half-million-dollar budget, supervising and coaching a team of freelance writers, and editing the publication boasting a circulation of 750,000. 

She also had the opportunity to write speeches and columns for the former group publisher, and has spoken at the Governor's Mansion and at several conferences across the nation.

In2012, UNITY: Journalists of Color Inc. selected Ashley as the winner from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists for its New U: News Entrepreneurs Working Through UNITY start-up business camp and competition. She won $10,000 in seed money. 

The Orlando Business Journal named Cisneros a finalist in its "Women to Watch" category of its Women Who Mean Business awards and a winner of its 40 Under 40 List. The Women's Executive Council of Orlando also honored Cisneros as part of its annual Women's Achievement Awards for the Communications/Media category.

Cisneros is currently delivering communications products including articles, advertorials, speeches, resumes, optimized LinkedIn profiles and more to individuals, companies and publications. Her work has appeared in New York Magazine, the Chicago Tribune and The Los Angeles Times, among other publications.

Cisneros earned a B.S. in Journalism and an M.S. in Entrepreneurship from the University of Florida, financing her education through the Bright Futures and other merit scholarships.