MEET ASHLEY REINKE
Ashley Reinke is Miss Arizona International 2018 and a Certified Nutritionist living in San Jose California. Using her pageant notoriety, she has parlayed her career into the health and wellness space specializing in plant based, farm-to-table cooking.
During her reign, Ashley earned her sports nutrition science certification and is working on a master’s degree in nutritional science from San Jose State University.
As a young working professional, Ashley knows how intimidating it can be to step into a kitchen. To show her peers how eating healthy can be easy, inexpensive and fun, Ashley created her “Five Ingredients Under Five Dollars” program where she demonstrates on live television various delicious recipes and gives healthy tips that don’t break busy schedules or tight budgets.
NUTRITIONIST & WELLNESS EXPERT – 23K+ INSTAGRAM FOLLOWERS
Coupled with her pageant fame and 23K plus Instagram followers, Ashley is a favorite guest on countless live local daytime talk shows as a Nutrition Expert… FOX News in Sacramento, FOX’s Great Day Fresno, Las Vegas Now, Good Day Sacramento, and Tucson Morning Blend. She’s also a go-to nutritionist and wellness expert in print and was featured in totalbeauty.com where she weighed in on How to Order Healthy at Starbucks.
Some of her beautifully, well staged TV tabletop segments include Cholesterol Lowering Snacks, Plant Based BBQ Ideas, Fitness Fueling Foods, Heart Healthy Summer Recipes, Foods to Lower Your Cholesterol, Tips on Avoiding Holiday Weight Gain, Bake Your Way to Better Heart Health and Healthy Desserts.
MISS ARIZONA 2018
A marathon runner and in top physical shape, Ashley’s been a runway, fitness and commercial model for ten years. She’s worked with such major companies as Mercedes Benz USA Luxury Cars, Marriot Hotels, the National Football League, Nordstrom’s and Macy’s.
Passionate about philanthropy and giving back to her community, Ashley launched Chomp Out Cancer, a program that partners with food banks to promote nutrition education for disease prevention. She also works with various non-profit organizations including Teen Cancer America, The Susan G. Komen Foundation, Second Harvest Food Bank, and Ronald McDonald House Charities.