Kaloni Jensen is a born and raised Idaho farm girl who loves the outdoors and working on the multigenerational family farm. She’s a full-time GEAR UP Coordinator, works as a Case Manager, Attends night school at Northwest Nazarene University for a Master’s Degree in Social Work, models for magazine publications, serves in her church, and for the last six years she has owned an international event planning company, Cherry Creek Events, which has allowed her to travel while planning weddings. Kaloni's professional event work has been featured in regional, national, and international publications: A Princess Inspired Magazine, WedVenture Magazine, IEP Gives, and The Knot Publications, to name a few. She received the 2015 Fall Woman of Distinction Excellence Award. She is a family history enthusiast and especially enjoys visiting countries of her heritage. Kaloni is currently single, but looks forward to one day being a wife and a mom. She loves the Lord with all her heart, loves her family, and is a favorite aunt amongst her many nieces and nephews. Kaloni’s been a member of Big Ocean Women since 2015 and attended World Congress of Families IX as well as CSW60 as a Big Ocean Women Delegate. Big Ocean was recently approved as her internship for her educational journey. Her life motto comes from BBC Robin Hood “ For every man there is a purpose which he sets up in his life; let yours be the doing of all good deeds.”

Release Your Inner Nymph

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Jewel Tones

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