I’ve been told time and time again that my passion for this industry and my love for helping others is transparent the moment you meet me.

I love what I do. I could say it a million times with a huge smile on my face; I LOVE what I do. I am so lucky to have the opportunity to plan the biggest day of a happy couple’s life. Or plan a fun dinosaur themed birthday party for a charming five-year-old. Or plan a sales conference for a company that ultimately influences their employees to grow and shine as individuals while exceeding their yearly goals. I can see the impact I have on my clients, and oh boy does it feel good.   

Ohana is a Hawaiian word that means family, and those you choose as family. A popular quote you may have heard before,

“Ohana means family. Family means nobody gets left behind or forgotten.” 

Every event I orchestrate is brought together by love or a common interest. I feel that no matter the guests invited, each event is bringing together some sort of family. That does not have to mean blood-relatives. Everyone has a dad’s best friend that they call uncle. Everyone has a work buddy that they eat lunch and talk with day after day. No matter the ties, these are relationships that I enjoy bringing together for events. And after my work at each event is done , I have more people in my Ohana. What more could I ask for?

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