People Title

Year 1 Fellow, Contributors

Kanoelani Davis

Year 1 Fellow, Contributor
She / Her / ‘Oia

Kaunakakai, Hawaii

Ho’aka Mana

Kanoelani Davis is a Native Hawaiian female who resides on her ancestral island of Molokai and is currently a Co-Facilitator of the Intercultural Leadership Institute (ILI), a year one participant of ILI, the CEO and founder of PoMahina Designs, an essence imbued of Native Hawaiian culture in fashion, CEO and Co-Founder of MANA Bombs Podcast working in empowerment and inspiration while utilizing Native Hawaiian culture as a foundation, and Founder of nonprofit Ho’aka Mana, a 501(c)3 focused on Indigenous Single Parents and their families in optimal emotional well-being. Kanoelani is active in her island community along with the pae ‘aina (Hawai’i) as a volunteer on boards, workshops, public speaking regarding Native Hawaiian culture, natural resource protection, cultural practices and education.