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Well-being Taskforce: The 3 P’s of Wellness: Peer Programs For Prosecutors
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Mary Ashley is a Deputy District Attorney for the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office. She joined the office in 1998. Mary holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication Arts & Sciences from University of Southern California.
In 1999, she began handling felony cases and was assigned to prosecute auto theft cases and was later assigned to handle child molest and child abuse cases. The Victorville Family Violence Unit (FVU) Pilot Program was created in 2004 and Ms. Ashley was assigned as its first Lead Deputy District Attorney.
As ADA, she oversaw all criminal operations for the Central, West Valley and Juvenile Divisions. She currently works in the specialized division in the area of real estate and securities fraud, is the co-coordinator of the Peer Support Team in her office and is a peer supporter. Mary is also a board member of the National District Attorneys Association and Vice Chair of the Women’s Prosecutor Section and the Well-Being Task Force.
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