Ashmeeta is strong, thoughtful, courageous and inspiring. Faced with change and uncertainty from the unexpected loss of her husband, she has moved forward with strength and resilience. Moving with her children across the country to start a new life and business exemplifies her drive to strive for the best for her and her family no matter how difficult the path may be. – Rina Kato
Ashmeeta is an amazing parent, friend and daughter. She gives everything for her family and when her husband got sick, she jumped into action to be there for him, searched for medical answers while still balanced the needs of her children. When he passed, by herself, she handled everything. From taking care of finances to packing up her home and moving, she remained strong and persevered.
Ashmeeta continues to lead her family with strength and love in this next phase of her life. Now, in her new home in Seattle, she is running a business, taking care of her two children at home, guiding her oldest who is far away at college as well as care for her ailing father. She is always busy, but still manages to be emotionally and physically there for others. Ashmeeta has been and continues to be the incredible person whom I have been blessed to call my friend for the past decade. Michelle Koles
Ashmeeta does not sugar-coat or say what you WANT to hear; she’s not about to appease your ego. Armed with her insight and positive approach, combined with her genuine interest in your well-being, expect to hear what you NEED to hear in order for you to heal and become whole again …. there’s no false pacifying egos with her. Thank you for believing in me when I couldn’t and didn’t. Deepika Patel
After the death of her husband, Ashmeeta walked a difficult path navigating through all the challenges that came her way. She didn’t let her grief and sorrow keep her down, but she rose up and accepted the new roles she had to play as mother and father to her children. She is eager and willing to learn new things if it means providing a better life and future for her children. I’m so glad to see her writing a new book that will help countless people walk the rough paths in life. Sharmini Wickramsingha