Ashley Flowers

Creator and Host of the podcast, Crime Junkie

With one of the fastest-growing podcasts to date, Ashley Flowers' Crime Junkie podcast will get you hooked. Crime Junkie is a weekly podcast dedicated to giving audiences a true crime fix. Every Monday, Flowers takes a deep dive into whatever crime she’s been obsessing over that week in a way that sounds like you’re sitting around talking crime with your best friends. The storytelling is straightforward, suspenseful and easy to follow. With 14 million downloads per month, Ashley may be on to something...

BIO

Ashley Flowers is best known as the creator and host of the true crime podcast, Crime Junkie. Crime and mystery have always been her passion.  The episodes categories include “the missing”, “the murdered”, “serial killers”, “infamous killers” and updates on convictions. There is even a chilling episode called “If I go missing” which may explain why audiences (90% female) are captivated by the podcast.

Crime Junkie is topping the charts on both Apple and Spotify and was named one of the best true crime podcasts of 2018 by Rolling Stone. The rapidly growing podcast has over 39,000 five star reviews on Apple Podcasts and averages 14 million downloads per month.

Flowers sits on the board of directors for Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana and works closely with them to find unique ways to engage new audiences. However, Flowers’ background isn’t podcasts or crime related at all – she studied biomedical research in college. Upon graduating, she secured a position conducting genetics research at the University of Notre Dame. Eventually, she moved into medical sales, then software sales, and was working at a local software company in Indiana when she got the idea to make the podcast.

Ashley Flowers is best known as the creator and host of the true crime podcast, Crime Junkie. Crime and mystery have always been her passion.  The episodes categories include “the missing”, “the murdered”, “serial killers”, “infamous killers” and updates on convictions. There is even a chilling episode called “If I go missing” which may explain why audiences (90% female) are captivated by the podcast.

Crime Junkie is topping the charts on both Apple and Spotify and was named one of the best true crime podcasts of 2018 by Rolling Stone. The rapidly growing podcast has over 39,000 five star reviews on Apple Podcasts and averages 14 million downloads per month.

Flowers sits on the board of directors for Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana and works closely with them to find unique ways to engage new audiences. However, Flowers’ background isn’t podcasts or crime related at all – she studied biomedical research in college. Upon graduating, she secured a position conducting genetics research at the University of Notre Dame. Eventually, she moved into medical sales, then software sales, and was working at a local software company in Indiana when she got the idea to make the podcast.

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A Conversation with Ashley Flowers