Lilikala Kameeleihiwa
Hawaiian ancestry:
As a Hawaiian I can trace my genealogy back 100 generations, and I descend from the lineages of Piʻilani of Maui, ʻI and Keawe of Hawaiʻi, Kukaniloko of Oʻahu, and Kahakumakaliua of Kauaʻi.
Educational background:
I graduated from Kamehameha in 1970, and have a BA in Hawaiian Language & Studies [1980], MA in Pacific Island Studies [1982], and a PhD in Hawaiian and Pacific History [1986] all from UH Mānoa.
Employment history:
Currently, I am the Director & Senior Professor of the Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies at UH Manoa where I have taught for the past 30 years, empowering the nation through education.
Criminal record:
No arrests unfortunately!
Personal statement:
I envision a nation that controls land for Hawaiians to live upon forever! So I am excited about helping write a constitution for our nation. As a citizen & former elected representative of Ka Lahui Hawaiʻi, I have participated in 2 concons, and helped write the current Ka Lahui Hawaiʻi constitution and the Hoʻokupu Master plan. See & <>. These materials, while perhaps imperfect, are certainly food for thought for all delegates to consider.
The delegate candidate represent these 10 people are eligible voters who have nominated them
  • Lawrence Kealiʻiʻoluʻolu Gora
  • Naʻalehu Anthony
  • Kaiwipuni Lipe
  • Mahealani Cypher
  • Steven Kaʻaimoku Bass
  • Davis Price
  • Joe Kuhio Lewis
  • Mehanaokala Hind
  • Michelle Kauhane
  • Melody MacKenzie

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