Kawananakoa Foundation Fellowship
• Researched Nā Mamo: Hawaiian People Today, 250-page nonfiction book on modern nativeHawaiians.
• Oversaw manuscript’s editing, fundraising, website, grant writing and eventual marketing.
• Developed, with Bishop Museum and Hawaiʻi State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, a traveling exhibit of Anne Kapulani Landgraf’s photographs for the book.
• Sought and obtained funding from Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Estate of James Campbell, and Hawaiian Airlines to underwrite the cost of preparing the book.