Aya Hand Fans
About the Business
On a recent trip to Accra, Ghana, Shayna met Joe Kalala, a Ghanaian artisan. His fans were absolutely beautiful and he was very personable. She brought his fans back as gifts to friends and family. They were a hit and thus Aya Hand Fans was born. Aya is an adinkra symbol and means fern, which symbolizes endurance and resourcefulness. The fans are handmade with African wax print fabric and genuine leather.
Business Owner Mini Bio
Shayna is a Brooklyn native and is excited to join the Black business community. She enjoys traveling and learning about/experiencing new cultures. She is also a certified carnival addict. By day she is a HR professional, championing diversity, equity and inclusion. Aya is her labor of love.
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