“Above all, always be able to feel in the deepest part of your soul, any injustice committed against anyone in any part of the world. It is the most beautiful quality of a revolutionary.”
– Ernesto “Che” Guevara

Ashley Garcia


Yakima, WA
Office: 509-591-9884

Ashley Garcia is the newest paralegal to join the Gravis Law team where she will be working primarily in the Yakima office. Ashley graduated from Ellensburg High School in Ellensburg, Washington where she was raised by two wonderful Mexican immigrant parents. She has two Bachelor’s degrees from Central Washington University—one in Law and Justice with a minor in ethics and the second in Philosophy. During her time at Central she interned for a public defense attorney.

Ashley was the only student to sit on the Todos Somos Familia Committee that developed the first ever fully bilingual freshman orientation at CWU. She was the Student Academic Senator for the Law and Justice Department and the Student Representative for the Latino Alumni Association for two years. Her background is in criminal defense, and she is passionate about helping the disenfranchised and vulnerable in her community. Ashley has two cats that she adores even if they are only slightly interested in her. Ashley is fully bilingual in English and Spanish. She loves visiting family in Mexico and avoiding the gym.

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