Waipahu High School 2008 senior portrait.
I am proud to have lived in Royal Kunia since 1999. I have deep roots in the community. My father is a retired federal and state employee. My mother is a realtor. I live with my five dogs who make life enjoyable one walk in the neighborhood at a time.
I graduated from Waipahu High School in 2008 and graduated from Leeward Community College with a Liberal Arts Degree, and a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
To pay for college tuition I started to work at the Hawaii House of Representatives as a state employee. This is the place where I found my passion for helping my community make a difference. In total I have worked nine sessions at the Capitol exposing me to a variety of issues relating to labor, health, human services, housing, and finance to name a few. Each session allowed me to listen, learn, and understand the political system from a neutral staff point of view. I am not beholden to any special interest group.
I am ready to work hard and apply what I learned the past nine sessions as a state employee to listen and represent the voice of our community because together we can make difference.
It's time to get to work, together we can make our community a better place!