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Shaylyn Kimura


Born and raised on Kaua'i, Shaylyn developed a love and appreciation of all things Hawaiian at a very young age. Hailing from a family of entertainers, Shaylyn studied the art of hula and began dancing professionally and competitively as a child. Being on-stage came naturally and sharing the hula was her passion. Proud of her Hawaiian ancestry, Shaylyn shares her love of Kaua'i, it's history and it's spirit with everyone she meets.

Dynamic and highly qualified in strategic marketing and project management, Shaylyn holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Business Administration from the University of Hawai'i. Before joining Hawai'i Life, she spent over 11 years at Princeville Operating Company, formerly Princeville Corporation. Most recently, Shaylyn headed the Business Development & Marketing division encompassing all Sales, Marketing and Public Relations activities for the Princeville Prince Golf Course, Princeville Spa, Princeville Restaurant & Bar, as well as Weddings & Event Management.

With Shaylyn's strong Sales & Marketing background, she is committed to assisting you in buying or selling real estate on Kaua'i. She has integrity, commitment and loyalty to her clients while sharing the true Aloha Spirit.

Shaylyn is the proud mother of three children and resides with her husband in Kilauea, Kaua'i's true north.

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My Blog Posts
Unforgettable Custom Built Hanalei Bay Vista Estate in Princeville, Kaua’i
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Kaua’i: The History of Princeville at Hanalei
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