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Haunani Fujimoto

Director, Leasing

Haunani Fujimoto is responsible for developing and executing KS’ commercial leasing strategies both at the portfolio and property levels. She works closely with KS’ asset management team to secure new leasing opportunities and retain existing tenants. The Leasing team works collaboratively with Planning & Development and Asset Management to create new and revitalized commercial spaces across the portfolio.

Previously, Fujimoto served as a senior asset manager within CRED overseeing properties across all industry types. Fujimoto was also responsible for overall portfolio analytics and reporting and supported the execution of large-scale real estate transactions.  Earlier in her career, she served as a senior real estate consultant providing businesses with corporate restructuring and site selection strategy services.

Born and raised in Ewa Beach, O‘ahu, Fujimoto is a graduate of Kamehameha Schools with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame.

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Teaching resources

As a teacher, you know it can be tough to find quality classroom resources. Below are some top-notch sites to find reliable HCBE content and teaching materials, whether you’re looking for curated work or work created by fellow educators.


The Waihona is a virtual community space where kumu can share resources and ideas with each other. You’ll find a wide array of resources here that you can filter for your interests. Share something you developed to strengthen culture, ‘ōlelo, and ‘āina-based education across our pae ‘āina. Or check in to see if a Waihona resource might enhance your lessons. In the long-term, the goal is for all of us to build together a body of teaching resources so the next generations of kumu can start on a stronger foundation and elevate culture-based teaching to new levels of excellence.


Kealapono has compiled a variety of fun educational resources that celebrate Hawaiian history and tradition, while helping to strengthen the Native Hawaiian identity within keiki. These resources help students develop a sense of place and belonging, and also reinforce ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i. Kealapono created these resources to engage both students and their ‘ohana.


Ka‘wakīloumoku, a virtual Pacific Indigenous Institute, welcomes learners to explore a rich multimedia repository featuring global conversations with Pacific partners, and expressions of Hawaiian identity including essays, interviews, videos, and more. The Ka‘iwakīloumoku Hawaiian Cultural Center is a community gathering space dedicated to Nohona Hawai‘i, Hawaiian living and learning. Ka‘iwakīloumoku belongs to a Pacific network of indigenous partners who value ancestral knowledge, celebrate traditional wayfinding, and are committed to the restoration of our Pacific home—Moananuiākea.

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