Cora Hirashiki is passionate about fighting for social justice and a sustainable future for all. She loves creating media that tells stories and opens minds, inspiring people to think and act differently.
After graduating from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a B.A. in Literature, she started her career in entertainment, working at Dick Clark Productions and a literary and talent management agency founded by Stacey Testro, executive producer of the SAW franchise.
Wanting to work with companies to drive positive change, she entered the impact marketing space and has 11 years of experience supporting purpose-driven brands and nonprofits. During her time at Infidea, she helped Larry Ellison in telling the story of his vision to transform the island of Lanai into a model of sustainability for the world before co-founding Sisu Creative, a digital marketing agency for socially-conscious companies.
Since then, she has founded Fat Moon Creative, a boutique creative agency that continues to champion mission-driven brands, including innovators in the sustainable aquaculture sector.