Family names are Kamali‘i, Kauwena‘ole, Nāpaepae, Ka‘ihikapulani, Halulu, Nahuewai, Hewahewa, Papapaunauapu, Kupahu, Kamaiopili, Boyd and Maxwell, among others. E ola loa nā inoa.
Hawai‘i Pacific University
President & Chief Consultant, Pae ‘Āina Communications, 2003 - present
Committee Clerk, Hawai'i State House of Representatives, 2004
Bishop Museum, 2001 - 2003
Aloha e nā Hawai‘i mai kēia pae ‘āina aloha, mai kahi pae a kahi pae. Aloha nui kākou. The Na‘i Aupuni process is currently one of many methods to address current issues in the native Hawaiian community, primarily the issue of governance. I want to be a delegate to find solutions to address governance issues, methods to ensure current assets are protected for future generations, methods to address long-term political issues with the State of Hawai‘i and the United States.
Native Hawaiians’ perspective in land management, governance, education and every other facet of life is either ignored or challenged. I strong believe this process will bring voices together, to find a method to garner our larger interests and address issues that happen in Hawai‘i. I do not believe this process hinders other movements in our community to address past wrongs or governance options.
Na mākou ke kuleana - the responsibility is ours. I do not believe we must agree, but I do believe we owe ourselves the ability to have serious discussions – this process will bring together representatives from across the aupuni.
I want to be a part of this process. Nui ka‘u mahalo.
The delegate candidate represent these 10 people are eligible voters who have nominated them
- Amy Delanette Kalili
- Gavin Maui Cambra
- Keoni James Lee
- Jocelyn Leialoha Macadangdang-Doane
- Leilehua Kamalii
- Tyana Anuheaokalani Akamine
- Billy PunapaiaalaiKaiona Kenoi
- Alexa Aulani Tim
- Lynn Marie M Arce
- Andrea Iwalani Kualii-Kahoohanohano