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This website is shared amongst community leaders, supporters and aspiring leaders all of whom currently work or who have worked with Coach Brandi Kiana-Jo. 

You'll find a diversity of people who want to help make the world a better place on this website including life, love and health coaches, yogis, essential oil practitioners, personal trainers, fashion consultants, distributors of natural-based products and so many more. 

The logo is The Life Plant also known as Miracle Leaf. It is a plant that can withstand nearly any natural condition from drought, flood, exposure to lots of sun or wind and still survive. This plant was chosen because of its resiliency to outside conditions while giving life wherever it stands. Like the Life Plant, Brandi hopes to provide you with one memorable experience that gives life to you, perhaps even a miracle. 

A miracle: a change in perception


To make the world a better place by creating and uniting leaders who make a positive impact in the economy, environment and society through culture, art and media.

Brandi Kiana-Jo 

Coach Brandi’s mission is to create and unite leaders to make a positive impact in the economy, environment and society through art, media and culture. She has coached people from ages 13 to 70 years old and has produced more than 30 community-building events over the past 2 years including:

Aha ‘Awa & Storytellers whom she had partnered with Na Mea Hawai’i and was published in OHA’s Ka Wai Ola newspaper. This featured community leaders each month who had shared a personal story that delivers a positive message, builds community and perpetuates Hawaiian culture.

Water is Life Workshop was held at Revolusun and Lyon’s Arboretum which discussed renewable energy, the importance of water, Dakota Access Pipeline Project, and expressing personal views through painting.

Girlfriends!, is an ongoing women’s empowerment networking event held monthly that inspires authentic connection through personal and professional development. Coach Brandi encourages community involvement by holding the events at local businesses and partnering with entrepreneurs and aspiring leaders.

Her work has been featured in Natural Awakenings Magazine, Living 808 and interviewed by local entrepreneurs on Pinoy Power Radio, YouTube’s Sister Power and All About Love on ‘Olelo for her community involvement and unique coaching practice.

Her coaching style is creative, inspirational, compassionate, collaborative and realistic. She has worked with over 15 nonprofits including AmeriCorps, YMCA, Hawaii Conservation Alliance, Hawaii Restaurant Association, Habitat for Humanity, Humane Society, Operational Emergency Center and many more. She has earned an Associates degree in Culinary Management, a certificate as a Holistic Health Coach from Institute of Integrative Nutrition but self-educates with numerous modalities and healing techniques. Coach Brandi has assisted a variety of clients who had suicidal tendencies, suffered from sexual and drug abuse and has helped people relieve depression and anxiety to realize life can be fulfilling and that we all have the ability to create the life we want to live while serving others.  She has traveled to 22 countries and has coached clients virtually from different areas of the world including Kenya, Australia, Thailand, New York and Texas. She was born in Guam where she comes from a large family of educators and father who is one of the senators. She has lived in Guam, Washington and O’ahu and had graduated from Kaiser High School in Hawaii Kai. 

Learn the benefits of holistic coaching in mental conditioning for spiritual alignment. Grasp this concept through personalized sessions with Brandi Kiana-Jo and discover the power within.

Hire Brandi to help you bring people together in a creative way that is fun, unique and thought-provoking invitational for you, your company or family.

When we understand the value in ourselves and working with others, we can reach our full potential.
— Brandi Kiana-Jo
It doesn’t take one person to make the world a better place, it takes the world to make the world a better place. 
— Brandi Kiana-Jo

Join a project!

Support, join or hire Brandi in any of these projects. Co-host an event, partner , donate products to guests that resonate with the cause, let's collaborate and be a catalyst for positive change.


Modeling & Photography


Photography by Brandi Kiana-Jo

Make it a fun and empowering experience to have Brandi coach you in modeling or hire her as your photographer to showcase your product at an event. Learn more →


Empower Teachers


Sponsor a workshop to empower teachers to empower students by bridging the gap between the community and schools. Learn more →



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Partner or sponsor a networking event for women to empower women and strengthen sisterhood. Host an event at your venue or share your products with this organization.  Learn more →

Empowering Leaders at Girlfriends!

These are partners of Girlfriends! who invest their time and creativity to collaborate on events at Girlfriends! They are co-leaders and very much involved in creating an unforgettable and positive experience! 


Melissa Lehua 2017

Asia Gilchriest-Fogle 2017

Kara Emerson 2017-2018


Elliana Moore 2017


Mischa Perez


Domingo Ruiz 2018

Sophia Sommers 2017

Shaiann Mares 2018


 Andrea Pack 2017-2018

Beckie Kowalski 2017-2018

Halona Brooks 2017-2018

Tarah Long 2017-2018

Lee Yen Anderson 2017-2018

Kelly Kay 2018

Fallon Mendes 2018

Caroline Jalayahay 2018

Ryan Charaba 2018

Bessie Estonactoc 2018-2019





Gisella West-Schultz 2017-2018

Gloria Payoyo 2017-2018

Sister Association

West Coast Pearls 2018


Without the generosity and trust of these people, I wouldn't have been able to produce such events the way I have. Words cannot truly express the gratitude and respect I have for these people. Mahalo nui for believing in me and thank you for your support.


Mischa Perez

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Marketing Advantage

Dave Sierra Band

Roys Hawaii Kai







It takes a team to build something spectacular. It is the coalescence of many that allowed us to connect with so many of you. From volunteers, dancers to storytellers, together, we've made strides and I am so honored to have been able to work with all of you.


Brandon Tabbiolo

Brock Ladd

Brandon Espiritu

Beau Cuizon
Photographer for home page photo

Kelly Turner

Brock Ladd

Christine Jose
Makeup Artist for home page photo

Roges Ota International
Hair Stylist for home page photo

Surfjack Hotel
Venue for Girlfriends! May-August 2017

Wisp Restaurant & Lounge

Eating House 1849 Waikiki and Kapolei

Black Cat Salon Kailua


Josh Reppun, partner, Most Likely to Succeed Hawai'i

ETES Supporters, Feb. 2017

Coach Kaipo

Alex Teece

Steve Terstegge

Madonna Tinorua, Volunteer

Rob Carluccio, Volunteer

Jeffrey Varga, Chef

Rechung Fujihira, Box Jelly

Doorae Shin, Kokua Foundation, Plastic Free        

Elia Bruno, Honolulu Tool Library

Leonard Keao, Business IT Consultant & Founder of KEAO Technology Solutions and Vice President of WOPN

ETES Supporters, April 2017

David Do, MyGoCenter

Aric Harris, Author of Education Beyond High School

Stephanie Palmer, Financial Consultant, AXA-Advisors

Michael-Vitally Vernon, Champion Athlete, Philanthropist, Fitness Coach & Mode

Leonard Keao, Business IT Consultant & Founder of KEAO Technology Solutions and Vice President of WOPN

Empowering Educators Workshop Partners, March 2018

Board of Water Supply 

Project WET 

Ma'ema'e Elementary 

'Awa & Storytellers

Keala Paleka-Kahuanu, co-host &
'Awa Koa

Maile Meyers
Na Mea Hawai'i, co-sponsor

Hina Wong-Kalu, Guest Storyteller, April 2016

Forest Frizzell, Guest Storyteller, April 2016

Kai Markell, Guest Storyteller, April 2016

Jenny Lynn, Guest Storyteller, May 2016

Shannon McCarthyGuest Storyteller, May 2016

Kenji Doughty, Guest Storyteller, May 2016

Kevin Keshida, Guest Storyteller, June 2016


Water is Life Workshop

Grant Udugawa, Co-host

Atmo Systems, Co-host, Co-sponsor

Cruzin Foods, Co-host, Co-sponsor

Kahu Kamana'o Pono Aweau-Agres, Co-sponsor

'Awa & Storytellers

Glenn MartinezGuest Storyteller, June 2016

Lono Perry, Guest Storyteller, July 2016

Christina Lizzi, Guest Storyteller, July 2016

Meli Lehua Novikoff, Guest Storyteller, July 2016

Kahu Kamana'o Pono Aweau Agres,   Guest Storyteller, Aug. 2016

Doorae ShinGuest Storyteller, Aug. 2016

Kapono Mahoe, Guest Storyteller, Sept. 2016

Isma Mo'iheka PalekaGuest Storyteller, Sept. 2016

Halona Fukutomi, Guest Storyteller, Sept. 2016

Greg StanleyGuest Storyteller, Oct. 2016

Rebecca BelmontGuest Storyteller, Oct. 2016

Kahu Angela "Pohakuola" Studer,    Guest Storyteller , Nov. 2016

Keith Baitlin,  Guest Storyteller, Nov. 2016

Amanda OdishGuest Storyteller, Nov. 2016