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Ferdinand Agpaoa is involved in several trades. He is primarily a tax professional at Agpaoa Tax Services since 2005. Additionally, he oversees and consults on the Agpaoa Family’s several businesses that includes (1) Kamelya Home Health, Inc. a home health agency, (2) Corevel Ranch in Campo involving livestock and ranching, and (3) several rental properties. Previously, he helped launch Novo Brazil Brewing in Chula Vista in 2014 and served as the general manager to Maniflo Money Exchange, Inc, an international remittance company owned by the Agpaoa Family.
Ferdinand Agpaoa was a Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy having served on active duty and as a reservist. He has a bachelor’s degree in Economics from UCSD and a law degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego. He enjoys running, mountain biking, Filipino martial arts, and playing music.
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Dylan serves as the founding President of the West Hawaii Filipino Chamber of Commerce with a diverse background in full-time ministry, media production, and the hospitality industry. Today, he is a private coach and consultant (dylanandrion.com), partnering with individuals and businesses to develop their leadership skills and teams, optimize their media and branding, and to execute special projects. As a certified speaker, trainer, and coach, for leadership expert and best-selling author John Maxwell, Dylan has been able to introduce organizations to enriching titles such as, “Developing the Leader Within You,” “Everyone Communicates, Few Connect, “Becoming A Person of Influence,” and many more. Dylan lives in Waikoloa, Hawaii with his wife Rachel and three children Elsie Grace, Eli Graysen, and Ezren Zayn. They love to travel and do so frequently including to clients located on the other Hawaiian islands. Their passions are for family, creativity, and discipleship— especially in connecting others to their God given purpose! The Andrions are heavily involved in the ministry and recently moved to the Big Island to help with the planting of a new church in Kona. Dylan has served previously as an Executive Board Member of COFACC, representing the Maui Filipino Chamber of Commerce. He is excited to return to the board, now representing the west side of the Big Island (also known as Hawaii Island).