Kaloni Hall is an Idaho native. She married her sweetheart Justin in March of 2022 and is joyfully navigating the first months of marriage. Kaloni and Justin have two border collies, Lily and Lina, who they are currently training for work on the farm. She loves her farm life, archery, music, and art. She works as a GEAR UP Grant Coordinator for a local high school, and owns an international event and wedding planning company; Cherry Creek Events. 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. She loves the Lord with all her heart, loves her family, and is a favorite aunt amongst her many nieces and nephews. Kaloni has 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.

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