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You can help us restore Health, Justice, and Dignity to the Micronesian people.

Kawika Kahoilua

Kawika Kahoilua

Board Member

David ‘Kawika’ Kahoilua is a native Hawaiian that believes in the strong brotherhood between Hawaii and its Micronesian neighbors. Kawika owns the Bamboo Grove Hawaiian Grille, one of the top Hawaiian restaurants in Oregon, and a regular supplier of food at our events.

Neil Berl

Neil Berl

Board President

Neil Berl is a financial planner in Stevenson, WA. Neil has been on the Board of Living Islands since the start in 2013 and became Board President in 2015.

 

Tony deBrum

Tony deBrum

Board Member

Tony deBrum is a Marshallese politician and government minister. He was Foreign Minister of the Marshall Islands from 1979 till 1987, 2008 till 2009 and 2014 till 2016.

Brian L. Clem

Brian L. Clem

Board Member

Brian L. Clem is an Oregon Democratic Representative (District 21). Brian has sponsored numerous bills in the Oregon legislature that support the COFA citizens. He and his wife Carol live in Salem their daughter Kohana.

 

Kianna Angelo

Kianna Angelo

Founder, Executive Director, Board Member

Kianna is our fearless leader, and she is pretty awesome.

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  • Clarence Luther / Mayor of Namdrik Atoll

    When I was a boy over 50 years ago, we ate our own fish and grew our own food. We couldn’t rely on the supply ship which only came maybe twice year. But now if the supply ship doesn’t come for three weeks we are worried – what will we do, what will we eat? So I am helping my community become more sustainable through the initiatives we are developing and implementing with help from government and partners.”  

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    Pacific Peoples' Partnership

    We are blown away by the quality of work Living Islands has done to promote Marshallese communities, and we look forward to walking with you in solidarity with Pacific people!

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    Marshallese Proverb

    Drops together make the ocean, and grains of sand together make an island...