Executive Administrative Assistant
Why work at ʻŌiwi TV
Kākaʻikahi nā wahi hana i launa ko ka limahana hoihoi ʻoihana a me kona hoihoi pilikino iho nō a noʻu, ʻo ʻŌiwi TV nō kekahi o ia ʻano honua.
It is rare to find a work place where an employee’s career interests and personal interests align and for me, ʻŌiwi TV is one of those places.
Interesting fact(s) about me:
He moena lauhala pilikino he ʻekolu kapuaʻi ka laulā a he kanakolu kapuaʻi ka lōʻihi ke ala kaʻi male no koʻu ʻaha male i ulana ʻia e koʻu makuahūnōai kāne ʻo Duncan Kaʻohuokaʻala Seto a me kaʻu kāne makua ʻo Kaʻohuokaʻala Seto. Ua kapa māua ʻo kaʻu kāne ʻo Pōkiʻi i ka moena ʻo Kepoʻohalaikawelo i mea e hoʻohanohano ai i ka hana noʻeau ʻo ka ulana lauhala, he mākau a ko māua mau ʻohana. Mai ia wā i hōʻike ʻia ai ʻo Kepoʻohalaikawelo ma kekahi mau hōʻike pāheona ma Hawaiʻi a e hōʻike ʻia nō ma kekahi mau hale hōʻikeʻike ma ka ʻāina ʻē.
The aisle runner for my wedding was a custom 3 foot by 30 foot lauhala mat woven by my father-in-law Duncan Kaʻohuokaʻala Seto and my brother-in-law Kaʻohuokaʻala Seto. My husband Pōkiʻi and I named the mat Kepoʻohalaikawelo as it honors the art of lauhala weaving, a skill that both of our families share. Kepoʻohalaikawelo has since been featured in several art exhibits in Hawaiʻi and is scheduled to be exhibited in museums on the mainland.
Favorite video on ʻŌiwi TV
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