My father is Hawaiian and both his parents are Hawaiian.
BA in Peace and Conflict Studies, minor in Middle Eastern Studies, University of California Berkeley
JD Candidate, University of San Francisco School of Law
Consultant, Urgent Action Fund for Women's Human Rights 5-8/14
Web Developer/PC Specialist, ArenaCentral.com 9/01-9/08
Programmer, MetaMarkets.com 9/00-8/01
PC/Network Specialist, UCOP 6/97-9/00
Since becoming a member of Ka Lahui in the '90s, I have advocated for Hawaiian political freedom and our right to protect our culture and heritage. As a delegate, I would continue this advocacy by humbly taking on perhaps the greatest exercise in our pursuit of freedom, building a representational Hawaiian government.
I have a BA from UC Berkeley in Peace and Conflict Studies, studying topics such as colonization/decolonization and theories of economics, politics, and law, as well as conflict resolution and negotiation. Currently I am in law school. My professional background in IT has given me ample experience in working as part of a team and successfully seeing projects through to completion.
Today, I believe our path to justice can be found by pragmatically moving forward and securing our political and legal rights in our current political situation. And through nation building, we can build the political acumen to lay down the path for pursuing total independence.
If elected, I will serve na lahui by working to insure that a representational government will represent not just one but multiple paths to justice for my mo’opuna and yours.
The time has come, Hawaiians. Imua!
The delegate candidate represent these 10 people are eligible voters who have nominated them
- Kelea Kahaopulani Kuualoha Levy
- Barry Lee Levy
- Nelson Noa Napoleon
- Julian Robert Napela Levy
- Jacob Juan Kaupena Levy
- Mary Alice Ka’iulani Milham
- Jolene Akemi Uyehara Auvil
- Troy Daligdig
- Charmagne Debra Keanuenue Wixom
- Roberta Levy Strain