In August 2013, Muna founded AYA CONSULTANCY (later renamed AYA CONSULTING), a boutique firm specialising in providing innovative and tailored Program Design and Management, Content as well as Branding services to corporate entities, local and international organisations and private individuals in the fields of the Arts, Education and Culture. She has thus far partnered with several international clients, working closely with a team of internationally dispatched consultants and advisors to lead on ongoing projects.

Muna was very recently based in East and West Africa as a result of her long-term commitment to and network base on the African continent. Her thorough knowledge of sub-regional cultures and business practices has enabled her to provide program management and training support while furthering AYA’s work. She moved back to France in 2016 to give birth to her first child and is now back on the continent, having relocated to Dakar, Senegal.

Muna is committed to culture, education as well as the facilitation of sustainable development within the wider society. Above all, her vision, as an Afro-Caribbean woman (West Indian from her mother and Cameroonian/Ghanaian from her father), in her personal and professional practice is rooted in a significant and durable inclusion of Africa, the Caribbean and the Diaspora in the Arts, Culture and Education. She regularly writes articles on and contributes African Travel Stories to She also loves vintage shoes…

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