On Monday, April 14, 2014, ELP held the 9th annual Enviromentors at Cafe Julia in the downtown YWCA. Twenty Enviromentors, professionals from private law firms, public interest groups, non-profits, and governmental entities shared their experiences and expertise with 1L, 2L, and 3L students on everything from jobs and careers to law school classes and hobbies.
ELP extends a special thank you to everyone who participated and to Cafe Julia for making Enviromentors a fun, successful networking event!
Attending Students: Jacqueline Baker (’15), Derek Brow (’16), Raeanne Cobb-Adams (’14), Ana Cornwell (’15), Frannie Demapan (’15), John Foster (’15), Shae Kamaka‘ala (’14), Melissa Kolonie (’14), James McKeon (’15), Dorothy Meisner (’14), Nica Nordyke (’16), Kevin Richardson (’14), Maria Robben (’14), Julien Suen (LLM), Mahina Tuteur (’14), Rodney Withall (’15), Toby Yamashiro (’14), Lisa Yang (’14), Joanna Zeigler (’15).
Attending Enviromentors: Christina Aiu (Hawaiian Islands Land Trust), Lorraine Akiba (Public Utilities Commission), Cameron Black (DBEDT), Kevin Chang (Kua‘āina Ulu ‘Auamo), Lea Hong (Trust for Public Lands), Donna Kalama (Hawai‘i State Attorney General), Edward Knox (Hawaiian Electric Co.), Adi Nycz (DLNR), Adam Roversi (Law Clerk), Ian Sandison (Carlsmith Ball), Joshua Strickler (Hawaii Gas), Josh Stanbro (Hawai‘i Community Foundation), Onaona Thoene (Carlsmith Ball), Wayne Tanaka (Office of Hawaiian Affairs), Marti Townsend (The Outdoor Circle), Fred Tucher (NOAA), Colin Yost (Revolusun).