Theodora Furtado
Hawaiian ancestry:
Keahiolalo (Waipio Valley, Moku o Keawe) and Kahue (Laie, Oahu) ohana
Educational background:
Sacred Hearts Academy (K-12) Chaminade College (University) Bachelors in Educatioin and Mathematics United States International University, San Diego Masters in Educational Administration
Employment history:
Educator for 45 years as a teacher and administrator
Criminal record:
Personal statement:
Living away from the aina has only brought me closer to the desire to learn more about who we are as a people.. It has increased my appreciation for my Hawaian heritage and the kuleana that our kupuna have left to us to malama. Native Hawaiians have a long history of being curious and wanting to expand beyond the confines of a one place or time. Our kupuna were wise in the way they lived, in the way they cherished and respected all of nature, and in the way they fostered leadership among our people. Though wrongfully overtaken, we have never lost our sovereignty. It is time for us as Native Hawaiians to come together to carry on the legacy that had been given to us by our kupuna.
The delegate candidate represent these 10 people are eligible voters who have nominated them
  • Christine Leikula Anjo
  • Anthia Ho Austin
  • Darlene Kehaulani Butts
  • Charlene Kazner
  • Charlene Bonnie Lui
  • Carol Nalani Johnson
  • Ethel Keahiolalo Crawford
  • Domingo Cravalho, Jr
  • Hester-Anne Lokelani Reichert
  • Margaret Sanborn

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