July 1, 2018
TFCU Talks is coming to HONOLULU!
Pikake Room inside Neal S. Blaisdell Center
777 Ward Ave, Honolulu, HI 96814
Doors open @ 1:30PM
Event starts @ 2PM
Networking @ 4:30PM
* Limited seating - first come, first serve
* Free swag bags are offered for the first 100 people!
* Questions? Answers here.
This event has ended.
Musician, American Idol
Born in San Diego, Jessica Sanchez was two years old when her parents noticed she had a gift for singing. By the time she was 10 Jessica was performing on shows like, Showtime at the Apollo, and America’s Got Talent. As a final contestant on season 11 of American Idol, Jessica Sanchez rose to stardom by belting out soaring ballads by the likes of Etta James, and Whitney Houston. In 2013 she released her debut album with Interscope Records titled “Me, You, and the Music” and went #8 on the Billboard Pop Charts. The first single “Tonight” featuring Neyo has over 14 million views on YouTube. (via Facebook)
Big Wave World Champ
Hailing from Maui, Kemper spent a childhood looking up to the greatest Hawaiians from the generations before him. With no lack of motivation, Kemper is known as a hard-working young surfer ready to charge.
In 2010, he won the 4-star HIC Pro at Sunset Beach, putting himself on the map and finishing the year ranked No. 1 in the ASP Hawaii Region. (via Reef)
Founder of POW! WOW!
Jasper Wong is an artist, illustrator, and curator. As an artist, he has exhibited worldwide, in places such as Japan, California, France, London, Mexico, New York, Hong Kong, Chicago, and Australia and he has been selected on multiple occasions by Archive magazine as one of the 200 Best Illustrators worldwide.
Founder, MAMA Earth
J'aime Kailani Bayot was born and raised into a musical and artistic family in Hawaii. She moved to Hollywood in 1995. She is an artist, entrepreneur and a mother of two sons, Marley and Jaimeson. In 2006 she became the booking manager to her brother, Bruno Mars. Together with Bruno, through the musical shows she organized in Los Angeles, they were able to help organizations on their missions by providing much needed supplies, food, putting in a water system for a birthing center in Haiti and more.
She founded Mama Earth Project in 2007 with a vision to provide people with the opportunity to experience the power of giving and making a difference. Since then, Mama earth has launched several successful initiatives in Los Angeles that continue to make an impact through the arts, music and nature.