Kamaile Kekahuna

Joined Kanu Hawaii Mar 6, 2009
Hometown: Waianae, HI
to live a positive and healthy life, kako'o (support) anyone in need... me ke aloha.

About me

Aloha mai kakou, my name is Kamaile Kekahuna and I am from the island of Maui. With my 4 year old son Haokea by my side, I've been able to grow and learn about the value of life. We both just moved to O'ahu last year, and have moved at least 3 times in the past 4 months. O'ahu is definitely a different landscape from small town Maui, but it's uniquely beautiful and I've grown an appreciation for it's diverse communities, cultural significance and panoramic views. My makua, Kamaile and Lonohiwa, have been tremendous influences in our lives. They've instilled simple Hawaiian values upon those they've touched and are self-less assets as they advocate for the Hawaiian language community. It is with their support that I graduated with a BA in Human Relations in Organizations and continue to pursue an MA in Political Science.

Latest Stories shared by Kamaile Kekahuna

Today I ate...

Posted on Jul 20, 2009 | Comments 1

Today, I was lucky enough to attend the final hour of the Haleiwa Arts Festival. There were a variety of visions that struck me as simply genius touched with an island humility that displayed an honesty only the artist can embody yet an audience could appreciate. I enjoyed my moment of cruising...


Posted on Jul 10, 2009 | Comments 0

    Lucky we Live Hawaii and understand what it takes to Live Aloha. We are so fortunate to be connected with people, organizations and businesses that are always willing to give or help a good cause in any way. For some that were unable to attend Live Aloha, they made their way...

Living Aloha at a Manoa Refuge

Posted on Jun 10, 2009 | Comments 8

Within the lush greenery of Manoa Valley sits a pu'uhonua, a refuge place, that shelters single mothers and their families within its walls.  This place is called Ka Ohu Hou o Manoa, "fresh mists of Manoa." The Salvation Army has created a transitional shelter for single mothers who...

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