Dr. Kevin Madden

Kevin Madden is a Pediatric Critical Care Medicine physician at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, City of Hope National Medical Center and Ventura County Medical Center. He completed his residency in General Pediatrics and fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. He will begin a fellowship in Pediatric Palliative and Hospice Medicine at the Harvard Medical School Center for Palliative Care in July 2013, centered at Boston Children's Hospital and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Dr. Saro Armenian

Dr. Armenian is a pediatric oncologist with expertise in pediatric cancer, epidemiology, and cancer survivorship. He completed his training in general pediatrics and pediatric hematology/oncology at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles. In addition, he has a Masters degree in Public Health from the University of Southern California. He is an assistant professor in the departments of pediatrics and population sciences, and serves as the medical director of the Childhood Cancer Survivorship Program at the City of Hope National Medical Center. His research is primarily focused on identifying risk factors for cardiovascular complications such as therapy-related congestive heart failure, premature coronary artery disease, and stroke in children and adults with cancer. He has received research funding from the National Institutes of Health, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, American Society of Bone Marrow Transplantation, and St. Baldrick's Foundation.

Kamuela Kahoano

Although Kamuela's stomping ground is Honolulu, Hawaii, in the last 5 years he has traveled throughout the US and Japan (and at SXSW 2010), gigging under different guises and genres of original solo experimental ukulele, rock, reggae, traditional Hawaiian, solo guitar, folk, and singer / songwriter.
Kamuela has five albums (and one single) to his producer credit with three more already in the works.
In 2011, Kamuela won the Na Hoku Hanohano Award for Best Rock category for his album "Stream Dreams." This is the highest honor one can receive for music in Hawaii. His comedy song "She's Grumpy It's My Fault" was a semi-finalist in the International Song writing Contest (ISC) 2011, and "Green Light Go 2.0" made "suggested artist" honors in the 2011 Song of the Year Contest. It has been touted that he is possibly "one of the best ukulele players in the world."
Kamuela is the younger brother of Making the Band (Original Series) cast member Ikaika Kahoano (also of Otown and LMNT) and the son of local Hawaii entertainment legend Kimo Kahoano.

Wendy Hickman-Miller

Wendy Hickman-Miller, CCLS, is a certified child life specialist at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. She has been working with children and families encountering life-threatening illness for over 20 years in various pediatric hospitals throughout the country. She completed her training in Child Life at Children's Memorial Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. In addition, she received her Masters Degree in Human Development from Pacific Oaks College. She is a committed partner of CureSearch, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, St. Baldrick's Foundation, Make-A-Wish and a member of the Child Life Council.


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