Tammy Bitanga’s life changed 13 years ago. A concerned friend noticed her life was out of control and invited her to attend church. When she sat in the service at Hope Chapel Olomana, she began to realize there was hope in Jesus Christ. Tammy is married to Jonny, has one son, Chad, and a doxie named Frankie.
Jessica Munoz, RN, BSN, MSN, APRN-RX, FNP-BC is the Lead Nurse Practitioner for Pali Momi Medical Center and an author on the issue of sex trafficking and the role of the health care professional. Her extensive nursing background with a heavy focus on pediatric trauma has helped her understand the comprehensive needs of children who experience trauma and the holistic needs and services required in a sanctuary home – a comprehensive approach to healing, wellness and restoration. She is the volunteer president of Ho Ola Na Pua (formerly Courage House Hawaii Project). She graduated from Long Beach State and the University of Hawaii.
Tiffany Ahuna graduated from Iolani School & went to college at the University of San Diego. At USD she attained her bachelor’s in Business Administration & minored in Mathematics. When Tiffany isn’t working she is usually volunteering. In 2013, she was a volunteer/member of Junior League, Charity Coordinator for NAPW, served on the baptism team at NHDH & volunteered for Ho Ola Na Pua.
Psalm 73:28 “But as for me, how good it is to be near God! I have made the Sovereign LORD my shelter, and I will tell everyone about the wonderful things you do.”