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Kanoelani Davis

Year 1 Fellow, Contributor
When given the opportunity to elevate and expand our being for the greater good of inner self, accept, even if it’s uncomfortable. When given the opportunity to check yourself and become humble to the experiences and intelligence around you, accept even if you can’t relate. When given the chance to educate, share and expose your personal hurts and curiosities, accept and dispose of the suffering and power up on the pain. It’s about coming together as one and sharing our voices because it matters!
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.