Reyone International's mission is simple, to take the confusion and frustration out of the design process.
Reyone International was born out of the founder Ayanna’s desire to provide designs and solutions for the dreams and visions of others. Growing up in a military family, Ayanna learned the values of hard work, teamwork and developing relationships from her parents Herman & Robbin. As a child Ayanna would watch her father Herman sketch by hand, drawings for home renovation projects that he completed for the family's home, as well as the homes of family members and friends.
Ayanna followed in the footsteps of her parents by serving in the US Air Force for eight years as Security Police, to which she became a veteran of the Enduring Freedom campaign following the September 11th terrorist attacks. Following her active duty service Ayanna earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Southern Polytechnic State University (now Kennesaw State). Ayanna’s career experience in Electrical Engineering allowed her to work with industry leading companies MEAG Power (Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia), Sisener Engineering, HDR Engineering and Intel Corporation. As a subcontractor Ayanna was able to expand her engineering design skills into Security Systems while working with Phoenix, AZ local businesses and clients like MSE Corp and City of Phoenix.
Throughout her career in Electrical Engineering, Ayanna realized early on that her favorite projects were the ones that allowed her to flow from idea, then drawing a design, then to constructing the project. While learning how to create, build, prepare circuits, sketch layout designs Ayanna always found herself helping coworkers and explaining to clients the overall process to complete the projects as well as how the projects worked. Now as a small business owner, Ayanna see’s an opportunity to continue her mission on a different scale by helping clients understand and accomplish their landscaping and electrical design ideas.
Reyone International is an advocate for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) education for youth and underrepresented groups. With a mission to serve others by volunteering and mentoring, Reyone International supports these non-profit and group organizations:
Future Stars Inc - Phoenix, AZ
Education Empowers - Phoenix, AZ
Shoestring Baskets Group - Atlanta, GA
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Owner / Lead Designer
B.S. Electrical Engineering, Designer, 12+ years of career engineering experience.
Ayanna’s career experience in Electrical Engineering allowed her to work with industry leading companies MEAG Power (Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia), Sisener Engineering, HDR Engineering and Intel Corporation. As a subcontractor Ayanna was able to expand her engineering design skills into Security Systems while working with Phoenix, AZ local businesses and clients like MSE Corp and City of Phoenix.
Landscape Architecture Intern
Megan is a third year ASU student, majoring in landscape architecture, and minoring in sustainability. When she has free time, she enjoys building dioramas, growing succulents and houseplants, and mountain biking. She is one of the first female Eagle Scouts, and a Gold Award recipient. For her Eagle project, she built moveable instrument storage units for her high school orchestra, and her Gold Award project, she cleaned up a field and added planters to a field at a girl scout camp to promote safety as well as an appreciation for plants. She became interested in landscape design through her experience in the outdoors, love for nature, and a passion for crafting.
Landscape Architecture Intern
Becky is a first generation, third year student at ASU and is majoring in Landscape Architecture. In addition to that, she is in the Barrett Honors College and is minoring in Sustainability and Spanish. She holds a great interest in environmental justice, nature therapy, and sustainability. Becky takes pride in being a part of the Hispanic and POC community and hopes to use her knowledge in Landscape Architecture to create spaces that accommodate everyone to improve the human experience. Through interactive planning and heavy community involvement she hopes her designs will create a more harmonious connection between people, design, and nature.