Ashia R. Sims

Award Winning Digital Strategist

Atlanta, GA

Ashia R. Sims

A Digital Strategy Consultant that specializes in Content Marketing with over 12 years of content creation, curation, management, distribution and analytics measurement experience, Ashia R. Sims is also an experienced keynote speaker and educator. She has spoken at the Women Go Mobile Conference and Power Plug PR Conference and has provided education services for the Maynard Jackson Youth Foundation, Girl Scouts of Atlanta, Cool Girls, the Atlanta Girls School and Georgia State University.

Are your online marketing campaigns making you money? – SMART goals and KPI’s

Many people try social media or online marketing, using time, money and creativity with the hopes that some of the billions of people spending time online would find their business and become customers. In simplistic terms, this way of thinking isn’t incorrect. There are billions of internet searches every day. Blog Link to Story

ST!R Marketing Social Media Campaign Earns 2015 Golden Flame Award

Building a social media buzz around the many benefits of Georgia pecans among the nation’s food manufacturers earned ST! R Marketing and Object 9 a prestigious Golden Flame Award this week from the Atlanta Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators. R and Object 9, Atlanta-based sister agencies that frequently pair up on communications projects, were honored June 23 at the 2015 IABC Golden Flame Awards Gala for the results generated by “Let’s Talk Pecans at SNAXPO 2015.”.
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Social Media Mistakes Happen. It’s How You Fix Them That Matters

The digital world is sometimes referred to as the Wild, Wild West. It’s uncharted land that’s still being explored as more people begin to live, work and play there. Social media networks are like the urban areas with large concentrations of people and companies all working to understand how to exist in this new environment.
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The FCC Ruling on the Classification of Broadband Internet

So the FCC just voted to classify broadband internet service as a public utility. But in the midst of the angry outbursts about government interference and the happy conversations about a free and open internet, there can be some questions about what all of this really means. Let me take a stab at it for you. Blog Link to Story

The Best Family-Friendly Road Trips Across America (INTERACTIVE)

Summer is officially upon us, and with its warm embrace comes the itch to bolt out of our office chairs and flee to the nearest beach. Since families and other responsibilities often get in the way of seasonal spontaneity, planning is a must. The good news is that it doesn’t take plane tickets, oodles of cash, or tons of time to whisk your family away for a super fun summer vacay.
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Lets Get Spunky! A Blast From the Past

"Let's Get Spunky!" is the retro-spoof debut comedy from the deranged minds at Seriously Distur6ed Studios, LLC, written and directed by Robert Glenn Plotner. Imagine falling asleep while watching TVLand and awakening in a world of classic era television where everything has been turned on its head, demented and smartly twisted as if Mayberry had been invaded by Monty Python or "Leave it to Beaver" had become entwined with "Family Guy." In the pilot episode, 8-year-old Spunky Wisenheimer joins the Army's Guinea Pig Corps and gets firsthand experience with above-ground nuclear testing. The fallout takes Spunky into a darkly comic landscape populated by escaped mutants, desperately lonely Army Nuke testers, strange appendages, a heroic lactating dwarf, and a G-Man with an unusual interest in taking Spunky under his wing. Classic television will wake up with a terrible hangover, jump in the shower, and try desperately to scrub all the dirty away - but it will never, never be the same.
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Ashia Sims - How I Got Started

Video featuring GirlTank participant, Ashia Sims, discussing how she's always been very pro-girl even as a child.
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Women Interactive Founders Look to Fix Tech Industry’s Gender Issue

Everyone wants the formula for innovation. Whether you believe it’s learned or innate,’s Innovator of the Week series gives you a glimpse into the lives of founders/co-founders, business execs, entrepreneurs and artists revolutionizing their respective industries through technology and social media.
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5 Tips to Becoming a Fearless Female Tech Entrepreneur

Women Interactive, the two-day interactive technology festival for women of color, debuted in Atlanta this past weekend. The inaugural festival was hosted at the Spelman College Digital Moving Image Salon and featured various forms of media, speakers, films and tech workshops aimed at women entrepreneurs.
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Stuff People Say to Entrepreneurs

As entrepreneurs, people say the most interesting things to us in an effort to be "supportive". Here are a few of the most common things we hear.
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Ashia R. Sims

A lover of stories and words, Ashia R. Sims constantly had her nose in a book. She eventually began to create her own stories, sharing them with friends and family. Her love of writing led her to initially pursue a career in advertising but her desire to attend Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, FL, pointed her in another direction, public relations.

After receiving a BS in Journalism with a concentration in Public Relations, she started working as a freelancer on various projects. During that time she stumbled across the field of television/film production after working as a producer on a television show that aired on a local public access channel. She loved it.

With a newfound interest in visual storytelling, she began to experiment with writing for the screen, helping to co-write a short film called Choices about a young woman choosing between two men. From there, she decided to delve into the world of blogging, creating a fashion blog called Clueless Fashionista where she provided tips and tricks to help women improve their image and style.

Upon discovering her new love of television/film production, she began to seek out opportunities to work in the field. Since then, she has lent her excitement and expertise to Randy and the Mob, American Idol Seasons 7 and 9, Brutha, Hell Date Season 2, Quarterlife Ben, Panama City and So You Think You Can Dance Season 9.

She has continued to do more writing both creatively and commercially before learning about the new field of digital strategy, which allowed her to combine her love of storytelling with her love of technology. She also tapped into her desire to support women by becoming an advocate for encouraging more diversity in the technology industry.

Now she is using her writing and digital expertise to help businesses make the most of the digital world as a Digital Strategist and the Founding Curator of Women Interactive Technology Festival, an organization designed to get more women involved in the technology industry.



  • Transmedia Storytelling
  • Digital Storytelling
  • Digital Marketing
  • Freelance Writing
  • content marketing
  • Content Strategy
  • Search Engine Marketing
  • SEO
  • Social Media Strategy
  • Creative Writing
  • Commercial Marketing
  • Video Production
  • Project Management
  • Event Planning
  • Digital Strategy