Aug 26, 2019
Dana Land
Ethics & Morals Can Be Fun with Auntie Sylvia!

Dana Land


Aloha! As a 5th generation kama’aina gal, Aloha has been at the center of everything I do. After graduating from Punahou & University of Hawaii I moved to the S.F. Bay Area where I married my architect husband, had the privilege of raising two daughters, continued my education at Sonoma State U. and pursued a life working with children as a music educator, chorus & jazz camp director, comedic actress, recording artist & jazz vocalist performing through out California & Hawaii at high end private and public venues including the Monterey Jazz Festival & the Blue Note Jazz Club.  When I returned to my homeland of O’ahu in 2013 I became aware of the many challenges that saddle our beautiful home; drugs & corruption, to name just two.

Fast forward a few years and add to that a lot of self-driven research and conversation with police officers, dedicated parents & teachers. I realized a

great need to bring back common sense values which, in turn, help to build a foundation of ethics & morals. I created an LLC, ‘Help for Hawaii’s

Humanity’ and began giving workshops for all ages called ‘How to Make Good Choices ~ Bringing the Aloha Spirit to Life!’ This very engaging

program includes 21 common sense values which offers the tools for one to understand the importance of making good choices and what can happen if you don’t. The natural evolution for me has been to become a professionalspeaker with: ‘Ethics & Morals Can Be Fun with Auntie Sylvia!’ and ‘Bringing the Aloha Sprit to Life with Hula Rosie!’ whereby I incorporate my comedic personas, music and the messages that are vital for success,

productivity and happiness.