Ashley M. Biggers

Ashley Biggers

Ashley Biggers is a freelance journalist specializing in travel, culture, and art.


  • Ashley M. Biggers has written for TripSavvy since September 2019.
  • She holds a B.A. from the University of Puget Sound and a M.M.C. from Arizona State University.
  • Her work has appeared in CNN, AFAR, USA Today 10Best, Lonely Planet, and Fodor's Travel, among many others.


As a freelance journalist, Ashley's work has appeared in numerous publications, including CNN, AFAR, USA Today 10Best, Lonely Planet, and Fodor's Travel. Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, she's also a local expert. She has published three books: Eco-Travel New Mexico, 100 Things to Do in Albuquerque Before You Die, and Secret Albuquerque. 


She holds a master's degree in mass communication from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism from Arizona State University. She studied abroad in Dublin, Ireland.

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