Ashley Greeley is an Instructor of Ethics within the NSA's College of Cyber. Ashley received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Purdue University and began her teaching career in 2003. Ms. Greeley has spent much of her career at Harrison High School (West Lafayette, IN) teaching AP US history and AP US government. Greeley was awarded numerous teaching awards and recognition including the Golden Apple, DAR History Teacher of the Year, Indiana Historical Society TOY, Indiana History TOY, the Indiana representative at the Supreme Court Summer Institute, and was a top-25 finalist for the Indiana TOY Award. Beginning in 2015, Greeley began serving as a site visitor for NSA GenCyber camps. In 2017, Ms. Greeley was awarded an NSA/CAE grant to develop a multidisciplinary K-12 cybersecurity curriculum as well as perform cybersecurity outreach for Tippecanoe School Corporation as an extension of the INSuRE program at Purdue University.