Manulani Aluli Meyer is dedicated to love of land and service to people. Her work is in Indigenous epistemology and its application to world-wide awakening. She does this through teaching, publications, lectures, community events, and creative collaborations with beloveds. Manu has been a wilderness instrurctor, coach, professor, PhD evaluator, and cultural practitioner. She taught at UH Hilo for 20 years in the Education Department, worked at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa for 5 years and developed He Waka Hiringa, their Masters of Applied Indigenous Knowlege. She is now the Konohiki of Kūlana o Kapolei, a Hawaiian place of learning at UHWO. Hoʻokahi laʻau, he mihi. The first medicine is forgiveness.
Interests: food, indigenous wisdom, social justice
UN SDG’s: SDG 3 Good Health, SDG 4 Quality Education, SDG 6 Clean Water & Sanitation, SDG 15 Life on Land, SDG 16 Peace & Justice