I am born and raised in a small town on the island of Kaua'i, Hawai'i. I would describe myself as surfer with an education! Or something of the sort haha.
Overall I'm pretty mellow but I'm also pretty passionate about a few things. This would be surfing, the environment and animals. I'm also really into talking about marketing, entrepreneurship and business management and following trends in these areas. I'm not vegan but I don't eat that much meat. In my free time I surf, go hiking with friends, or maybe tennis or play chess. I love going back home to Kauai and seeing my dogs and my family and friends there when I can as well. Also, I am single with no kids.
I moved from Kaua'i to Oahu in 2010 for school and graduated at the top of my class in Business Finance at the Shidler College of Business at University of Hawaii. In 2015, about 6 months after graduating, I bought my first business which I still own today, a water purification system distributor for commercial and residential locations. Since buying the company 2 years ago I have grown it over 350% and my company is now the 3rd largest company of its kind in Hawaii (will be #2 soon!). I really enjoy what I do and love being my own boss and growing the company and seeing how far we can go. As the company grows I will be hiring more people and taking time to travel when I can. I really would like to see all the beautiful places(and waves!) in the world. I also own a small private surfing/hiking company where we take people on private surf lessons or hikes. I mainly just do this for fun on the weekends or after work when I have time, I really love teaching people how to surf and showing them the beautiful places in the area.
I would love to find a place in Hawaii to care take, but also abroad in a scenic location or somewhere where there is surf for a little while! I'm pretty open to new experiences, everyone has their own balance in life and for me what has worked best is taking a step and if it feels good I take another step. I try not to let myself get to caught up in the future or worrying about the past.
Thanks for taking the time to read this, aloha.