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Eileen Wacker

Contributing blogger

Eileen Wacker, a Harvard Business School graduate, lived and worked in seven different countries, including the United States.

She commuted to Asia for nearly three years as part of a business development team, which sparked her interest in Asian culture.

While living in Seoul, South Korea, for three years, Wacker ran the children’s book program at the international school and started researching ideas for the Fujimini Adventure Series, which led to OnceKIds, an organization that promotes the diversity and richness of Asian cultural though reading.

She now resides in Honolulu with her husband and four children, one of whom is a daughter adopted from China.

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