Elizabeth Fujii - Director
Committed to creating a culture of healing, justice and empowerment, Executive Director Elizabeth Fujii brings a decade of experience in non-profit management, community wellness, fundraising and social change. She previously managed team-based aloha `aina programs across the Hawaiian islands at Kupu. A graduate of `Aiea High School, she holds a BA in Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis. She is responsible for establishing MCAPP’s financial sustainability, developing and implementing overall strategy, and evaluating programs.
Andrea Titi Adolpho Hernandez, Prevention Coordinator
Daughter of Carl Healani Adolpho and Elladine Puaalakai Sylva. Currently the Program/Office Manager for Child & Family Services on Moloka`i and a Community Organizer for Consuelo Foundation. She is a certified sexual assault crisis advocate and a member of MoSART (Molokai Sexual Assault Response Team). She is also a board member for Na Puuwa'i-Native Hawaiian Healthcare System. Andrea is also involved with the State Department of Health Rape Prevention Education Program, CAN (Community Action Network) as team leader. She credits her character and values to having a strong ohana.
Kealoha Kevin Hooper, Program Coordinator
Raised on the island of Moloka`i in Kalamaula Homestead after High School resided in Portland Oregon to work on his studies in Business/Arts. Recently returned home to give back to his community and pursue his career in social work.
Co-Chair Grassroots benefit Committee, Board Member of Molokai relay for life. In addition to his current position he is a current certified HCCI (Hawaii Caring Community Initiative) trainer in suicide prevention.
Dawn Mahi, Consuelo Foundation Honolulu, Program Officer
Raised in Kailua, Kāne'ohe and Washington State, Dawn Mahi believes in the endless potential for communities to manifest true health and abundance on their own terms. Although she supports from afar as Consuelo Foundation Program Officer at the Honolulu office, she is fully committed and honored to be apart of the MCAPP team. Her experience is in public health, cultural studies, community development and liminality; she has a Bachelor's Degree from the Evergreen State College and spends as much time with kūpuna as she can.