Jacob Bryan Aki
Oahu
Hawaiian ancestry:
20% Hawaiian through mother
Educational background:
Kamehameha Schools Kapālama (2013) University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (Expected graduation in 2017) Native American Political Leadership Program at George Washington University (Spring 2015)
Employment history:
Federal Policy Intern-Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Washington D.C. Bureau (2015) Kamehameha Schools Hawaiian Cultural Based Education- Enrichment Assistant (Summer 2013-2015)
Criminal record:
None
Personal statement:
As a Kanaka ʻŌiwi, I feel that it is my kuleana to preserve the language, culture and traditions of my kūpuna. I have immersed myself into nā mea Hawaiʻi and ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi so that I can better understand my identity as a Kanaka ʻŌiwi. I am fortunate to be a beneficiary of many of our aliʻi trusts and I have had many opportunities to represent our lāhui in Washington D.C. on a national level. I feel that I have much to contribute to this ʻaha and to our lāhui. It will be my generation who will be the next leaders and I want our voices to be heard.
The delegate candidate represent these 10 people are eligible voters who have nominated them
  • Hauʻolihiwahiwa Allegra Moniz
  • Christie Leinaniokamakaokalani Aki
  • Gary Allen Aki
  • Zaralyn Pikake Aki
  • Alana Ukokauakilinaheikapuapikake Aki
  • Xavier Keola Takao Swain
  • Roscoe Keola Swain
  • Melemaikalani Ariana Moniz
  • Kathleen Luana Durante Moniz
  • Jantina Keala Segundo

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