We are a group of Anahola native Hawaiian families living on our trust lands similar to Indian Reservations on the
continent, and we are all members of our self-governing organization, the Anahola Hawaiian Homestead
Much of the Anahola area is on lands set-aside by the United States Congress back in 1921, mirroring the lands
set-aside for American Indians, for homes, ranches, farms and mercantile projects. There are 450 native Hawaiian
families living on our trust lands in Anahola, with many thousands waiting for an allotment to build a home, or a
farm or a ranch.
Our nonprofit developed the Anahola Marketplace on Hawaiian Home Lands, to create mercantile opportunities
for native Hawaiians in our community, and also for any Kauai resident with an entrepreneurial spirit!
Following are the Board Members of our Self Governing homestead association:
Sherri Cummings, President
Kipukai Kualii, Vice President
Robin Puanani Danner, Director
Christy Keale, Director
Joe Carillo, Director
Frank Cummings, Director
Pastor Keoni, Director
Windy Kirifi, Director
Kahala Hoomanawanui, Director
To contact any of our board members, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, the public is welcome to attend
our monthly homestead meetings – the third Monday of Every Month at the Anahola Marketplace at 6:00 pm.
Following are the Board Members of our Nonprofit Arm:
Mike Hodson, Chairman
Iwalani McBrayer, Vice Chair
Liberta Albao, Secretary/Treasurer
Kaulana Mossman, Director
Kamaka Avelino, Director
Luella Lemn, Kupuna
Rod Paahana, Kupuna
Scott Mahoney, Kupuna
Ron Kaua, Kupuna
To contact any of our board members, email email@example.com.
Following is our Anahola Marketplace Manager:
Garrett Ikaika Danner, General Manager
Ikaika is an Anahola homesteader, a graduate of Kapaa High School.
The Anahola Hawaiian Homestead Association was founded in 1982 by native Hawaiian families in the Anahola
region and is a self-governing organization. The Homestead Community Development Corporation & Housing
Authority, was founded in 2009 by native Hawaiians, to address economic opportunities and affordable housing.