Astania Caputo established ADS Consulting Inc., a Business Etiquette and International Protocol Company in Chicago, Illinois where she advised the corporate, multinational, and private arenas on American and International protocol and business etiquette. This gave her a unique opportunity to become an etiquette expert on Channel 2 News.
In 2004, she moved to the Hawaiian Islands, married and started a family. She founded Moms in Momentum, an organization that has offered women and their families support services, learning programs, and tailored events to better family life within the community. Building relationships with a multitude of families for several years through her organization has enabled her to gain insight into the social needs of today’s society. From this knowledge and her passion to make a difference, Manners In Momentum, A Leadership Skills Academy, was founded. Manners In Momentum provides children and teens enrichment courses to prepare them for adulthood and assists adults on redefining and refining their own skills within social settings and within the workplace.
Today, Astania Caputo is known as a Speaker, Etiquette and Communications Trainer, Leadership Coach, and Image Consultant who works within the community to create a dialogue with the people about how a society functions well, the importance of treating people with respect, their role in society, valuing others, and living with integrity. Along with receiving the Best in Keaau Business Award 2015, she has received excellent reviews on abilities and content from many students and staff members of several schools, organizations, and companies such as Suisan Company, Ltd., State Farm Insurance, Platinum Tours Maui, Property Professionals Hawaii, Unity Commercial Solutions Texas, Members of the Business Network International Hilo HI Noon Chapter, E.B. DeSilva Elementary School, St. Joseph Elementary School, Hawai’i Academy of Art and Science, Laupahoehoe Community Public Charter School, Private Coaching of King Kamehameha Students, Members of East Hawai’i Home School Hui, Queen Lili’uokalani Childen’s Center, The Girl Scouts Big Island, The Girl Scouts of Illinois, The Boys and Girls Club Big Island, Members of EHCC/Hawai’i Museum of Contemporary Art, Pageant Title Holders, along with many more.