Ekua Ahima – African Goddess Initiation Summer Fest Day 10
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Today’s Goddess Guru is Goddess Ekua Ahima.
What does “goddess” mean to you, Ekua?
How would you describe an empowered goddess?
Is there a goddess that you relate to?
I believe my spirit resonates closely to Goddess Aje Shaluga, the ancient Yoruba Goddess of abundance and wealth in the marketplace. Although she wasn’t as widely known as other Orishas, she was a great blessing to those in the marketplace and often blessed small businesses with great fortune once she saw that they we’re honest and honored the communities they served with their businesses.
African Goddess Initiation Fest celebrates the divine feminine powers of the African Diaspora. How do you describe your heritage or home?
What magic are you most excited about sharing right now?
Our once online-only learning community has now expanded with our NEW physical office in Baltimore, Md and is now an exclusive members-only social club for black femme entrepreneurs, helping them continue launching, rebranding or scaling their luxury product and service based businesses with the help of our local workshops, networking events, online course, certification programs and more.
What do you want people to know right now?
About Ekua Ahima
Ekua Ahima (EH-CUH-AH) luxury brand consultant, boudoir photographer, and Founder of the #AfroDomme Academy. Over the last few years as a marketing coach and creator, I’ve helped over 700+ black femme entrepreneurs launch, rebrand, and scale their luxury brand businesses to six figures and beyond with my online courses, 1:1 mentorship, and capital raising network.
I grew up in West Baltimore and graduated with my BA in African American History from Coppin State University. As a photojournalist, I travel the world documenting traditional African culture, religion, and art. As a boudoir artist, I help capture the beauty of black women through portrait photography, and as a coach, I promote unapologetic black femme supremacy, sisterhood, and community. My unique experience as an educator offers my clients the opportunity to network, learn, and grow in a community that thrives on seeing other women win and celebrating our successes together. You may have seen my work in articles, heard about me through local platforms, or even found my online courses and webinars from social media.