Why we should care about
Improving our Public Education System
teachers, librarians, counselors
civil service, &
student : teacher
in K-12 Public School Spending
in K-12 Public School Funding
in overall rank
in quality rank
in safety rank
Everyone deserves quality education. As the only state with only one school district, the state government has a unique opportunity to influence growth & improvements and an obligation to provide all of our keiki the best education possible.
We must focus on supporting our Department of Education through competitive wages, proper budget & spending oversight, and 360-degree onsite services:
Through our schools, we can increase the overall health of our state, address the issue of homelessness, and help our keiki diversify our economy.
Career Counseling & Development
Mental Health & Wellness
Parent Support & Mentorship
Food Security & Nutrition
After School Programs
Bizgenics Foundation, Board of Director
Worked closely with the board to implement and execute various educational-related initiatives and programs, such as BizzyB.com and Project Lemon Tree.
Rotary Club of Downtown Honolulu, Youth Services Chair
Worked closely with Ke'elikolani Middle School on various youth programs and initiatives including sponsoring the KMS Interact Club and the annual "4-way Test" Essay Contest
Worked closely with District 5000 to help implement a number of career development programs for High School students
Aloha United Way, Former member of Society of Young Leaders
Helped launch AUW's inaugural "Adulting 101" program, a one-day session that taught high school students important life & career skills such as resume building, interviewing, and personal finance management.
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