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Ashley Ormon

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For Long Island, New York’s Hempstead Living magazine, photojournalist and news reporter Ashley Ormon has spotlighted, among others, a local cellist who performed at the White House and local restaurateurs and their cuisine. She photographed the grand opening of The Academy, a charter school aiming to raise the academic performance of students in a district that has been one of New York State’s worst performing and subject of a state takeover.

At New York City’s Hunter College, where she is refining her journalistic skill and eyeing and eventual career in magazine journalism, Ormon co-founded In the Light. For that publication, which she also co-edits, she has written about the foster care system and children waiting and hoping t

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“Honestly, if everyone likes what you say something is wrong with your message.”
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