DREANALEE KALILI
Oahu
Hawaiian ancestry:
My ohana are from Oahu, Hawaii Island and Maui, and lineage includes the Kalili, Awai-Poepoe, Kalaeloa, and Kahumoke ohana.
Educational background:
Kamehameha Schools The George Washington University - Bachelor of Arts International Affairs & Russian Language University of Hawaii/Chaminade University - Master of Business Administration
Employment history:
2015 - State, Department of Transportation 2005 - 2015 - State, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands 2005 - State Legislature 2003 - 2004 - Native Affairs & Development Group/The Chickasaw Nation
Criminal record:
None.
Personal statement:
One of our favorite mele calls on all of us to stand together, to raise our voices, and to guide the destiny of our generation, all for the wellbeing of our lahui. Now is the time, our time, to stand together to create our constitution for our nation and our governance. Each of us must to realize how individually we connect and contribute to this kuleana. I’ve had the privilege through educational, professional, and community engagement experiences to gain an understanding of Hawaiian home lands and the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, federal and state government functions and processes, Native American tribal policy, and international law. I believe my kuleana in this nation-building process is to share this knowledge during the Aha and to use these past experiences to help development our constitution so that the foundation upon which we build our lahui is strong. I commit to collaborate, cooperate, work hard, and persevere to accomplish this important task ahead of us. Mahalo nui for your support. Onipaa kakou!
The delegate candidate represent these 10 people are eligible voters who have nominated them
  • RoseLee Kalili
  • Daniel Kalili
  • Ruth Kalili
  • Joy Wilson
  • Alex Lopes
  • Paul Knopf
  • Amy Kalili
  • Sarah Lopes
  • Amy Asano
  • Darrell Young

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