Keani Rawlins-Fernandez grew up on Molokai, is married with two kids, has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations, a Master’s Degree in Business Administration AND a Law Degree with certificates in both Native Hawaiian Rights and Environmental Law.
Keani is a gift to the people of Maui County. We are blessed to have such a woman of character, commitment and compassion running for County Council, dedicated to serving the people’s needs (not corporations) and she deserves your support and your vote.
“IT’S COMMUNITY AND PEOPLE FIRST”
Alika is committed to delivering and addressing the vital issues that affect the people of Maui County: from protecting our natural resources, to providing truly affordable homes for local family residents, and to increasing economic development in the areas of agriculture and the “green-collared” job/career opportunities. He strongly believes that we must continue to embrace the Maui values that keeps Maui Nō Ka ‘Oi. In doing so, we must always maintain our island’s own uniqueness and its own authenticity of culture at all times.