Bridging the gap between the community & schools

It's no secret that teachers are often overworked and underpaid but there's much more to their obstacles than what is shared. Bullying among parents, students and other teachers, lack of resources and countless meetings can encourage any teacher to feel unsatisfied and underappreciated at work especially when their main reason for teaching is to teach and empower our keiki. How can we support our educators?

 "By empowering educators and the community, we can cultivate an educational environment that serves us all. It's about reaching out and rising together." 


Empowering Educators Workshop

Holistic Coach & Experiential Event Planner, Brandi Kiana-Jo,  presents a workshop to support and  empower  educators to keep teaching and includes a free screening of documentary, Most Likely to Succeed,  powerful  writing exercises and group discussions.

Host This Workshop

Empower your educators by hosting this workshop at your school! The length of this workshop is 3 hours with the documentary or 90 minutes without. Contact Brandi here for more details.

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In this workshop, educators will:

  • Be Inspired to Be Resourceful
  • Gain Clarity of Hardships 
  • Funnel Awareness & Aspirations
  • Create Action Steps 
  • Ignite Creativity in Teaching 
  • Connect with the Community
  • Find Resolutions
  • Reduce Stress 
  • Build Compassion

Bridging the Gap Between the Community & Schools



Brandi is also assisting Michael-Vitally Vernon, a champion athlete, fitness coach & model, in empowering kids at 3 schools. To learn more, read about Michael here.