Ashley Randolph is the mother of three children all born premature. She created Glo Preemies to help support high-risk pregnant women and families with children in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) worldwide. Ashley is most passionate about helping people, especially improving the lives of babies born prematurely in the African American community and providing support and safety net services for their families. She is currently reigning as the 2021 Mrs. California United America. She is the recipient of the 2017 Presidential Excellence Award for her hard work empowering minority mothers. She is currently working on a research study with California Perinatal Quality Car Collaborative (CPQCC) based at Stanford Medical School. She is an author of many hospital publications and the author of “Black, Pregnant, and Shamed” where she discusses her three pregnancies, NICU experiences, and what it is like being black and pregnant in America.