Education

2014 
Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA, Bachelor of Art History & the Visual Arts
Thesis: “Eugene Savage & the Commodification of Hawaiʻi for Matson Navigation”

Professional Experience

2016
Department of History, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Teaching Assistant: Taught a lab section on World History. Planned lessons, graded assignments, led discussion sections and workshops on essay writing and citations.

2015
Hale Ōhuna, Kaimukī, Oʻahu
Art Director: Curated Native Hawaiian artwork contributed by practitioners, artists, and designers. Management and creation of social media accounts, print ephemera, and published information. Arranged for public relations meetings regarding the gallery space.

Ga ni tha at the 65th La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, Italy
Exhibition Technician: Assisted with pre-exhibition tasks (construction of exhibition materials etc.) and installation of exhibition within a historic architectural school.

2014
St. Andrew’s Priory School, Honolulu, Hawaii
Archivist: Implemented new archival system for print ephemera, books, and photos. Dated and identified former students in photos taken from the 1940s-60s. Created a digital timeline of the school’s history using archival ephemera

 2013-2014
Autry National Center, Los Angeles, CA
NAGPRA Intern: Prepared ceremonial and funerary objects for consultation with visiting tribes. Researched provenance of objects that were NAGPRA eligible. Determined whether objects that were going to be displayed complied with NAPGRA standards.

Presentations

2016
“Hawaiian Christianities: Queen Emma Kaleleonālani’s Anglican Faith,” Center for Pacific Island Studies Student Conference, speaker.  Honolulu, HI

2014
“Know Your Roots,” TEDxOccidental College, speaker. Los Angeles, CA

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Department of Ethnology
1525 Bernice Street
Honolulu, HI 96817-2704
phone: (808)-848-4126
email: ethnology@bishopmuseum.org