An event produced for an experience YOU want to share.

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Brandi's a holistic coach and experiential event producer who passionately coaches people to unite with compassion, authenticity and gratitude. She’s produced 30 events in just the previous 2 years! She has worked with various corporations including AmeriCorps VISTA, YMCA and Lanikai Health Center and has brought people together through speaking and leading group activities such as guided discussions, art sessions and writing exercises. She coaches holistic health and spiritual psychology to help individuals reduce stress and enjoy connecting with their colleagues and/or clients again. . She has been featured on some of Hawaii's media including Ka Wai Ola Newspaper, Natural Awakenings Hawaii Magazine, KHON’s Living 808 and interviewed on Facebook, YouTube, Pinoy Power Radio and other channels.

She has a proven track record for her passion in building communities. She has worked with nonprofits such as The Hawaii Restaurant Association and The Hawaiian Scottish Association as their event coordinator and has volunteered as an Abstract Committee, a moderator for the education program and judge for student's presentation with the Hawai'i Conservation Alliance for Hawai'i Conservation Conference 2017 and 2018. Brandi has worked with a wide range of people from 2nd graders to educators, coaches, healers, cultural practitioners, farmers, culinary professionals, health physicians, lawyers, police officers and many others.


You can work with Brandi as your event producer, coordinator or consultant! From the beginning of producing the event to working the day-of event.

Sign up for a Discovery Call to learn more and schedule your initial meeting.

Hire Brandi to produce an event that builds relationships and enhances comradery customized to your company. Allow Brandi to produce that one unforgettable experience!

Friendship, Community and Unity.
— Lehua, 33, Teacher & Hawaiian Healing Arts Practitioner
Hopeful, future-happy, satisifed & fulfilled with life. Relaxed. There is an answer.
— Beverly, 70, Honolulu, HI
Trust, respect, support. Agapy coming from the Greek word meaning love. She always gives and way beyond then she needs to, always cheerful, wanting to improve others around her, unconditional love.
— Remy, 33, PharmD
Respectful, interested in each other’s lives, expressive, therapeutic, real, honest, new.
— Rico, 50, Landscape Designer