Join us for another Career Talk, this time with our wahine from Waimānalo who has launched herself into the male-dominated engineering field in construction. Letʻs
Join us for another Career Talk, this time with our wahine from Waimānalo who has launched herself into the male-dominated engineering field in construction. Letʻs celebrate Malulani and hear about her journey. Q&A welcome!
Malulani Yoshiko Bond is a professionally licensed female civil engineer of Hawaiian, Japanese, Portuguese, Chinese, and Irish decent. She was born and raised in Waimānalo on Hawaiian Home Lands. Malulani graduated from Kamehameha Schools in 2010 and moved to Utah to attain a bachelor’s and master’s degrees from BYU-Provo. She currently works for Acute Engineering based in Utah, and works remotely from her home in Waimānalo.
With over seven years of experience engineering homes in the residential construction industry, Malulani strives to find a beautiful work/life balance as a mother of two daughters, wife, daughter, granddaughter, and friend. Her lifelong goals include becoming a licensed structural engineer, rebuilding her grandmother’s Waimānalo Homestead house, and helping all her ‘ohana and friends build the future homes of their dreams.
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