ACM Alumni Help Make ‘Family Ingredients’ A Huge Success

Nov 16, 2017 | Announcements, Front Page

Highlight on ACM Alumni in UH News


UH News recently highlighted the popular PBS series ‘Family Ingredients’ and the huge contribution ACM alumni have made to the show. Directed by ACM Mānoa alumnus Ty Sanga, who currently teaches at ACM Mānoa, the first two seasons of the Emmy-nominated series gained a huge boost from six ACM Mānoa alumni who worked on the production crew: Elliana Moore, Terrence Nahina, Nevada Jones, Chris Ahn, Kali Kasashima, and Todd Fink.

Congrats to our seven alumni who’ve helped a popular TV series earn an Emmy nomination. To read the UH News article about ACM alumni contributions to the series, click here. To read more about the show, check out the Family Ingredients page on the PBS website.