As Senior Vice President, Ashley Hoy brings over 12 years of legislative experience and connections to Monument Policy Group. Having served in both Senate and House Republican Leadership offices, she has wealth of knowledge on legislative procedure. She works with major corporations, trade associations and coalitions while providing strategic counsel on a wide range of issues including telecommunications, energy, transportation, and health care.
Prior to joining the firm in 2011, Ashley was Director of Coalitions for Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) in her capacity as Vice Chairman of the Senate Republican Conference. In addition to working with other Senate Republican Leadership offices on a daily basis, Ashley led Senate Republican Leadership efforts to strengthen relationships and develop coalitions for women and minorities. She also assisted Senate Republican offices with outreach efforts in their home states.
From 2007-2009, Ashley served as Director of Coalitions for former House Republican Whip Roy Blunt (R-MO). In this capacity, she worked on building issue coalitions with various industry groups, trade associations, corporations, and advocacy groups to promote and advance issues important to House Republicans. In addition she advised former Whip Blunt on legislation relevant to business groups, trade associations and large outside coalitions and worked to develop legislative and communication strategies with the business community on behalf of the House Republican Leadership. This role provided Ashley the opportunity to further develop and solidify her extensive relationships and further strengthen her strong grasp on legislative procedure and process in the House.
Before joining the Republican Whip's office, Ashley was an integral part of the office of Representative Sue Myrick (R-NC) for nine years, including serving as chief of staff for five years and overseeing Representative Myrick's tenure as Chairman of the House Republican Study Committee as well as her role as a Deputy Whip. As head of the Congresswoman’s Washington office, Ashley oversaw all legislative, communications, scheduling, and constituent services operations and provided significant strategic advice and guidance. Ashley was responsible for the Congresswoman’s work on the Energy and Commerce Committee. In that role, she focused on energy issues, including energy efficiency standards, nuclear, hydroeclectric, oil and gas and climate change.
Prior to serving as Chief of Staff, Ashley served as Representative Myrick's Legislative Director. In this capacity, she developed and implemented the Congresswoman’s legislative agenda and supervised all legislative staff. She focused primarily on issues pertaining to energy, healthcare, and telecommunications. In 2000, she helped write and implement into law the Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Act. In addition, she oversaw the Congresswoman's activity on the House Rules Committee.
A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, she received her BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1996. She currently lives in Washington, DC.