Aloha ʻāina kākou, my name is Keolamālie McComber and I am originally from Nānākuli, Oʻahu and lived in the community of Kapolei for more than 15 years now.  Upon graduating from the University of Hawaiʻi – West Oʻahu with a degree in Humanities and dual concentration in Hawaiian-Pacific Studies I served in several different roles there as the Kealaikahiki Program Coordinator, Academic Advisor, and Title III Grant Administrator to name a few.  In all of my respective roles, I served others in achieving their personal, academic, and professional goals making the transition to help those interested in leading a healthier lifestyle seamless.
      Continually inspired by my kūpuna (grandparents) to lead by serving as they do until this day, my ʻiʻini (desire) as an Organization Lead in Kapolei and `Ewa is to create a community environment that is not only the place you call home but, a group of people you consider to be ʻohana (family). 
     ʻAʻohe hana nui ke alu ʻia is an ʻōlelo noʻeau or Hawaiian proverb and when translated it states, no task is too big when done by all.  Together, we can sustain a healthier Hawaiʻi for ourselves and generations to come.  E ola!