The two-time WNBA champion, often touted as a potential Hall of Famer, has not only conquered the league with her exceptional skills but is now making her mark in the world of entrepreneurship and financial literacy.
A’ja, currently in her sixth season in the league, is on the brink of securing her second consecutive WNBA championship, and her prowess is evident in various statistical categories, solidifying her status as the league’s top player in 2023.
Eva expressed her sentiments in a social media post on Jan. 4:
“A’ja was full of surprises this past Christmas; retiring me was the most thoughtful and loving. I am one blessed momma!”
A’ja’s financial success can be attributed, in part, to her upbringing in a household that prioritizes financial literacy and entrepreneurship.
A’ja’s financial portfolio extends beyond this venture; she invested in the fitness app Masters during its seed round, assuming roles as both a trainer and investor. The app boasts workout routines by top athletes, with notable investors including Bam Adebayo, Shaun White, and Kai Lenny.
These strategic moves not only increased her net worth but also allowed her to leverage her massive following, expanding her influence and business ventures.
As she continues to shine in the WNBA, A’ja’s off-court ventures further solidify her as a powerhouse in both sports and business.