Ashley Sharp

Member Since 2022

Ashley Sharp

Executive Director

Dwell with Dignity

Dallas/Fort Worth Area

Nonprofit leader. Social entrepreneur. Community connector. Passionate about creating lasting change in communities and connecting people to the causes they care about most.


  • Strategic Planning
  • Leadership
  • Nonprofits


May 16th, 2022

Sexual harrassment and gendered expectations: All in a day’s work for women

Ultimately, it's clear that despite real progress, in many places a deeply misogynistic corporate culture persists today.

April 21st, 2022

Reclaim your time with these 15 tips for better balance

Finding a balance between work projects and personal pursuits can be challenging, but these practical strategies can help.

April 18th, 2022

15 ideas to build brand recognition in a crowded marketplace

Follow these tips to attract the right people, gain credibility, and elevate your business.

April 15th, 2022

What's behind the employment gap?

14 points to consider when you're reviewing a job candidate's resume.


Dwell with Dignity

Who and What Are We? Dwell with Dignity is a non-profit group of Interior Designers and volunteers dedicated to creating soothing, inspiring homes for families struggling with homelessness and poverty. We provide and install home interiors for families that include furnishings and art, bedding and kitchen supplies, and food in the pantry. Our mission is to help families escape poverty and homelessness through design. One household at a time. Why do we do what we do? If we can change a person’s surroundings, we can change their outlook on life. Exposing children (especially) to a nurturing home environment, that includes good design and art, can inspire a standard of living that will carry-over to future generations. Exposing parents to this same environment will allow them to see the positive impact it has on their family; inspiring them to maintain a standard of living they can be proud of and thrive in. The People We Help: The families we help are dedicated to changing their lives by learning to become self-sufficient. These families will reside in single-family homes and apartments that are provided by social service agencies or attained with the assistance of such agencies. Families must be able to remain in these homes for at least one year so they have the opportunity to absorb the impact of their environment. We find our families by working with existing social service organizations that have programs in place to help struggling families attain self sufficiency. Agencies must have accountability- based programs that address housing, education, career, finance, life skills and children’s needs. Organizations that are approved by our board may nominate families in need.


Social impact & nonprofit