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3750 Wailea Alanui, B-16 Wailea, Maui, HI 96753Email Me
Alana grew up in Oregon and at the age of 18 moved to Maui with a mountain bike and $400 in her backpack. Since then she has established herself as a driven community leader and an innovative entrepreneur. Alana managed several retail boutiques in West Maui before deciding to move to South Maui in 1992. In 2003 Alana became a dual-business owner opening her first of two busy retail stores in Kihei while simultaneously starting her real estate business. In 2008 Alana decided to focus full-time on real estate and has been an industry leader ever since. Her energy and enthusiasm allowed for significant success even in the most challenging times of the Maui real estate market.
Alana is active with the South Maui community. The quintessential “soccer mom,” Alana supported her two sons’ numerous activities by serving as Regional Commissioner of South Maui AYSO and on the board of directors of South Maui Sharks Swim Team. Alana also dedicates her time to several ministries at Hope Chapel including the Run for Hope, Basketball Maui and spreading Aloha and praise through her Hula ministry, practicing and performing the ancient Hawaiian art of hula, reflecting the local culture, while giving praise to God. Alana spends 2-3 weeks each year on short-term missions in foreign countries like Mexico and Brazil helping build homes for communities in need.
Alana enjoys challenging herself athletically, as well. She is an avid CrossFit athlete and hiker. She enjoys paddling, SUP boarding, surfing and backpacking. She has competed in the 40-mile Molokai to Oahu Outrigger Canoe Championships several times and loves to lead hikes through the Haleakala Crater. Alana and her husband Tim live in Kihei. Her boys are all grown, but continue to live nearby. Her oldest son Tristan still lives in Kihei, works in Wailea pursuing his music career and is a Na Hoku nominated musician. Alana’s son, Tanek, lives and attends college on Oahu and is an avid body boarder recently receiving sponsorship from 3 national body board companies.