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Team Lally Radio Show With Fawn D Liebengood

In this episode of the Team Lally Radio Show, our featured guest is Fawn Dene’ Liebengood is the Assistant Director at 808 Cleanups.  Fawn tells the story of how she ended up in Hawaii when her choir visited Hawaii from Los Angeles on a recruiting trip. She talks about her transition from studying Psychology to working on her passion which is the ocean and environment.

Fawn continues to talk about how 808 Cleanups started and their mission to clean up Hawaii's environment.  She gives information about how people can support or volunteer to help 808 Cleanups.  Fawn also discuss how she has incorporated her workout activities with the events organized by 808 Cleanups.

Also in this episode: Pearls of Wisdom, Tips of the week, special events, this week's Open houses and Coming soon listings.

Who is Fawn D. Liebengood?

Fawn Dene’ Liebengood is the Assistant Director at 808 Cleanups. She was born in Portland, OR and moved to Hawai’i after studying music in Los Angeles. She graduated with high honors in 2010 with her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of Hawai’i at Manoa.

In 2016, she earned an MBA in Nonprofit Management, Entrepreneurship Certificate, and an Outstanding Community Service Award from Chaminade University and the Hogan Program. She is also a certified diver and Pilates instructor.

To reach Fawn you may contact her in the following ways:

Phone: 808.892.3464

Team Lally Show with Mark Tsuda

Joining Team Lally in this episode is Mark Tsuda, Executive Director of Ilima At Leihano.  Mark talks about his childhood, being born and raised in Oahu, but also spent some time in Guam. We talk about how Kapolei's continuing growth in the past few years and how Ilima At Leihano is a part of the development in the form of a senior living community.

Mark talks about what sets Ilima At Leihano apart from other senior residences, departing from the clinical feel, instead providing a more active and resort like atmosphere.  He also talks about the facilities, amenities and common daily tasks available to residents.

Mark discusses some of the more common questions and concerns that families have when looking for Senior Assisted Living. Mark goes through the typical process involved in working with prospective clients and the steps they would need to go through to be a part of the Senior Living community.  Mark also tells us some success stories they've experienced in Ilima At Leihano.

Also in this episode: Pearls of Wisdom, Tips of the week, special events, this week's Open houses and Coming soon listings.

Who is Mark Tsuda?

Mark Tsuda is the Executive Director of Ilima At Leihano. Ilima is the only senior living community of its kind, located within the 40 acre Leihano mixed-use community in the heart of the new “Second City” of Oahu, Kapolei.  Ilima at Leihano fosters independence and a feeling of ‘ohana that provides a sense of community and peace of mind.

Mark is a successful senior executive with leadership positions as Chief Executive Officer, Corporate Officer, Board of Directors, and Regional Vice-President in the Retail and Hospitality industries.

To reach Mark you may contact him in the following ways:

Phone: 808-674-8022
Email: mark.tsuda@kiscosl.com
Website: IlimaAtLeihano.com
LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-tsuda-780b682b/

Keller Williams Honolulu RED Day Beach Cleanup 2017

 You’re cordially invited join us at a beach cleanup event at Sand Island Beach Park.

Hello clients, friends, and family of Team Lally at Keller Williams Honolulu! It’s almost time for our annual RED Day event, and this year we would like to extend the opportunity to participate to our wonderful clients, colleagues, family, and friends!

What Is Keller Williams RED DAY?

Did you know that 49% of all marine debris come from land? This is from a recent study by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. We think nothing of a few plastic cups, aluminum cans, or utensils left at the beach after a day outdoors. Over time though, their environmental impact can be enormous.

This is why we at Team Lally are supporting Keller Williams Honolulu’s RED Day, which is a beach cleanup. This is event is open to the public and will be at Sand Island Beach Park.

Please Help Support This Cause!

Come join us Thursday, May 11th from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Follow the signs and look for the pop-up tents. We will have gloves and trash bags. 808CleanUps.org is the event organizer.

Let Us Know

Go to TeamLally.com/KW or just click on this link to RSVP.

Forget to RSVP? Show up anyway—the ocean needs your help. RED Day stands for renew, energize, and donate. Please come help us renew our community, get energized, and donate our time for a good cause.

If you have any questions about this event, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’d be happy to help you. Thanks and Aloha!