Ashanta' Miller a purpose-driven entrepreneur and leader.
Ashanta’s motivation is fueled by her faith, purpose and passion for the advancement of her community.
Ashanta' grew up in New Orleans, where she fell in love with the rich and vibrant culture that inspires her work today.
Her father was her best friend and a role model for the community. He taught her about faith, forgiveness, and working to improve one’s self as well as one’s surroundings.
Her mother was a dedicated educator and a perfect example of living a life in service of others while constantly striving for self-growth.
Ashanta's family and community passed down the jewels of faith, perseverance, relentlessness, tenacity, unity, creativity, hard work, and innovation.
“Don't just believe in miracles, live in the miracle.” - Ashanta' Miller
Ashanta' was diagnosed with spinal meningitis at birth, the doctors expected her to have a life of limited mobility and speech, but she found her path to live in the miracle, through her strength and the support of her family.
She discovered her entrepreneurial spirit, and her passion for art and creativity at a young age.
Her first business venture started at the age of 12 when she turn her popular Pokémon drawings into profitable works of art that sold for 25 cents.
Years later, even as she became a top marketing ambassador at BCBG, working with America’s Next Top Model, and to being featured on the E -Network and Vogue, she never forgot her entrepreneurial dreams
Taking a huge risk during a visit to Houston, she decided to relocate to the lonestar state, where a new entrepreneurial chapter began.
That's when Ashanta’ found her life’s purpose and founded A Miller Group, LLC
A venture that has served as a business success and an opportunity for personal and community advancement.
The killing of George Floyd and the movement that grew from the tragedy during the pandemic, fueled her drive to do more for unity and change in her society.
Ashanta’s community action earned her recognition from Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, the CEO of Methodist hospital, and the Mayors of Houston and Prairie View, TX.
In a short time, she created “The Covid-19 Fighters Campaign”, a campaign that delivered over 1000 nutritious meals to those in need, and partnered with Prairie View A&M University to register over 3000 students during the 2020 presidential election.
Beyond business success, Ashanta’ is now focused on using her resources to champion for human rights and equal access to effective education, opportunity, and economic success for marginalized people.
"I'm proud of my accomplishments, but more so honored to have this opportunity to live in the miracle, and help others do the same." - Ashanta' Miller