Musician, Songwriter, Arranger, Promoter, Artist Manager, Expert Bounty Hunter
Entrepreneur, songwriter and marketing mastermind, Nephi Oliva is the founder and creator of the Humanitarian Music Awards, an annual music awards show that recognizes artists for not only their accomplishments in music but their contributions to humanity.
As the creative force driving the company’s vision, Oliva is renowned for his innovative approach to marketing and his outside-the-box thinking. Proven on projects created for Coca-Cola, Entrepreneur Magazine, and Infinity Broadcasting, Oliva’s marketing prowess continues to have a lasting impact on multiple industries. An entrepreneur at heart, Oliva has also created a number of products that are sold across the country by national retailers, including Wal-Mart and Walgreens.
In 2002, Oliva helped build the marketing and sponsorship infrastructure for the nationally televised World Comedy Festival and Laugh Across America contest. In 2003, he created and produced the LDS Music Festival, which is to date the largest religious pop-concert event ever held in Las Vegas. In 2004, Oliva founded Nevada Pigeon Control, a humane society dedicated to providing humane solutions for citywide pigeon problems. Nevada Pigeon Control is currently the largest pigeon control organization in Nevada and is preparing to launch a national supply
company to allow methods, tools, and formulations created by Oliva to go global. In 2011, Oliva partnered with J-Mac Productions to create the television reality series, the Pigeon Police, which is currently undergoing its second round of editing for A&E.
Oliva is also an accomplished songwriter and composer and is a published author. In 2003, Oliva was invited by Jay Conrad Levinson, renowned marketing expert and author of the Guerrilla Marketing Series, to co-author a book on the power of music and marketing.