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Ke Kumu Pali

 

Chair: Tatiana Santiago

Vice-Chair: Kuʻulei Miranda

Treasurer: Elizabeth Hale

Secretary: Koren Fiefia

1st Puko’a Representative: Puanani Kama

2nd Puko’a Representative: Kalawaiʻa Moore

Windward Community College has one of the highest percentages of Native Hawaiian students within the University of Hawai‘i System. Established in 2003, Ke Kumu Pali was made a formal council to the Chancellor in 2005. The purpose of Ke Kumu Pali is to provide a voice and organization through which the Native Hawaiian faculty, staff, students and administrators of WCC can participate in the development and interpretation of campus policy and practice as it relates to Native Hawaiian programs, activities, initiatives, and issues.

There is a total of $20,832.57of funding to support Ke Kumu Pali initiatives for the fiscal year July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019.

Contact the Committee
kumupali@hawaii.edu
https://www.facebook.com/kekumupali.wcc