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Celebrating 1-Year Anniversary

May marks the one-year anniversary of Girlfriends!, a soulful networking experience for women. It inspires self-reflection for personal and professional development, while providing the opportunity to network with like-minded women. Girlfriends! is a monthly event hosted by Brandi Kiana-Jo and positive, impactful people called Empowering Leaders.

The celebration of Girlfriends! happens when women spend time together uniting authentically. Every month Girlfriends! features a topic that leads women in self-reflective discussions and fun activities. This month, the topic is about Girlfriends! and what makes the event unique and heartwarming. Every month is experiential, and this month has writing exercises, movement and lots of activities about love, happiness, business and inspiration.

Co-leading the May event are Empowering Leaders Gloria Payoyo, a fashion consultant; Lee Yen Anderson, a transformation mentor and owner of The Scentsible Tribe; and Caroline Jalayahay, a market partner of Monat from Maui. They will share their stories about how they started their journey with Girlfriends! as guests and how they view the difference between being a guest and leading with empowerment. Cost is $25, which includes pupus, a drink, gifts and supplies. This month's event, on May 26 from 3-6 p.m., is held at Eating House 1849 Waikiki, a perfect place to have Girlfriends! as it presents a level of class and creativity in a modern place, serving locally-sourced ingredients that support our local farmers and friends.

Location: Eating House 1849 Waikiki, 2330 Kalakaua Ave #322, Honolulu. For more information and to register, call Brandi Kiana-Jo at 808-393-5527 or visit OneExperience.guru/girlfriends

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