Tinifuloa Grey

From an early age, Tini experienced the entertainment business firsthand from his father, Jerome, a well-renowned performer and composer from the South Pacific. Tini later developed his knowledge of the industry while working in Hawaii in recording, distribution, radio advertising, and concert promotions. At the same time, he performed as a musician and MC with one of the top Polynesian reviews in Waikiki. He also performed with other bands, one of which opened for Lou Rawls with the Honolulu Symphony. In 2006, Tini moved to Southern California to continue his education in music and songwriting. Today, he strives to continue the legacy his father has passed on to him by using his experience and talent with Isle Entertainment, while working as a solo recording artist. For more information visit www.tinigrey.com.

Angela Perez Baraquio Grey

Miss Hawaii 2000 / Miss America 2001 - As the first teacher and only Asian Miss America since the pageant's inception in 1921, Angela traveled over 20,000 miles a month on a national speaking tour entitled, "Character in the Classroom: Teaching Values, Valuing Teachers". Angela performed hula as her talent in Atlantic City on the night she was crowned Miss America. She danced as a child, and officially studied Hula at the University of Hawaii under the direction of Kumu Hula Aunty Vicky Holt Takamine. After winning, Angela started her yearlong tour in NYC, dancing hula on the David Letterman show and teaching Regis and Whoopi Goldberg how to dance as well! Angela visited hundreds of schools and communities across the country. In her home state, she made an appearance on Wheel of Fortune and taught the contestants the basics of hula. Angela was appointed to President George W.Bush's President Council on Service and Civic Participation in 2006 and served a 2-year term. For more info, visit www.angelaperezbaraquio.com.