Carrie Ginnane works in the fundraising department of The Nature Conservancy’s Hawaii Program, and serves food at an Egyptian restaurant at night. She also volunteers to remove and prevent invasive seaweed from destroying Waikiki beach, and helps local small businesses with marketing and promotional plans. Carrie was born and raised in New York City, and moved to Honolulu, Hawaii in 1999 to attend Hawaii Pacific University, where she studied International Business and Marketing. She recently completed her Masters of Business Administration through Hawaii Pacific University’s Executive MBA program. Carrie dreams of starting a business that will help both people and the environment, and allow her to travel and see more of the world. Her hobbies include boogey boarding, hiking, cooking, backpacking and snorkeling.