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Empowering Ohana

As a young mother, Carla Ring-West knew that she wanted to be involved with her children’s learning. Through her participation and learning in Keiki Steps, and leveraging the knowledge she gained in teaching her own children, she blossomed into an educator and advocate for early childhood education.

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Empowering Educators

Delton Kekahuna believes his experience as a PPT, EA, and long-term substitute has encompassed aspects for him to become a well-versed teacher. With the encouragement of other teachers and INPEACE staff, he believes he’s surpassed the most difficult hurdles.

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Cultivating Opportunities to Grow

After learning about INPEACE’s business development program, Ariel Ani-Anguay became a participant. Driven by her desire to help people heal without using chemically-based products, she started taking steps and then a leap towards her own financial freedom when she became her own boss as a blossoming entrepreneur.

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