Meet The Founder

Meet Shana Ryan Campbell, Founder of Le Haute Spa. 

Shana holds a Masters degree in Public Administration from Baruch College, School of Public Affairs, where she completed a 14 month fellowship through the National Urban Fellows Program with specializations in nonprofit management and corporate philanthropy. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Spelman College. Today, Shana is a proud affiliate of NAMI (National Association on Mental Illness) NYC’s Metro Chapter, as well as a member of IFWC (IFund Women Of Color).  


Shana is now excited to focus her efforts in the cannabis industry, with aims to create safe, inclusive spaces for intergenerational women who are ready to learn and use cannabis for medicinal purposes. Created in 2019, Le Haute Spa’s mission is to provide quality cannabis experiences that are specially curated to not only teach you about the plant, but positively affect your emotional, physical, and mental healing process through the intentional use of cannabis, specifically “cannabidiol” or CBD.


Founder, Shana, created Le Haute Spa because for one, she didn’t see too many women of color business owners leading the charge in the cannabis industry. As a woman who has consumed cannabis for over ten years, she had a burning desire to learn about the medicinal uses of the plant and create a safe space for others to learn how cannabis can truly heal us if we’d let it. 

What is is a platform that allows consumers to shop, share and find cannabis health and wellness products and services. Our community hub brings the science of cannabis into our lifestyle with aims to provide tools to feed and nurture our Endocannabinoid System (ECS).

Since we launched in July 2019, we have served 400+ clients through our CBD wellness products, services and event activations.


Meet Shana Ryan Campbell, Founder of Le Haute Spa. 


Did you know that women are the largest consumer of cannabis and use it more than men for health related purposes? Le Haute spa seeks to understand what % of women consume cannabis? For health related purposes? Anxiety? Stress?


Cannabis is not inclusive and remains stigmatized and federally illegal. Unfortunately, it’s still not universally seen as a health and wellness tool, cannabinoid medicine. Although research is limited due to cannabis’ federal classification of a schedule 1 drug alongside heroin, cannabis has proven to relieve conditions such as chronic pain and anxiety.


We are building a user friendly mobile app that will be tentatively launched on July 2021 in the IOS and Android platforms connecting our clients to our wellness concierge. Stay tuned!