District 1

ʻĒwa Beach, Kapolei, Nānākuli, Waiʻanae

Hawaiʻi is undeniably ripe for change. We have been
confronted with uncertainty amidst these trying times.
We’ve learned many lessons about ourselves and our
government; particularly that we are resilient and we have
the power to create change.
 
I am committed to Giving Hawaiʻi Hope so we can move
forward together with optimism and confidence to build a
brighter future for us all.
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My Priorities

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Legislation

News

https://councilmembertupola.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/NOVEMBER-2021-Newsletter-FINAL.pdf

“”Leadership and learning should go hand in hand. Change is the end result of all true learning.””

“Honolulu police target gambling in residential areas”

“Proposed city district maps will determine voter count for Honolulu City Council seats”

“With city vaccine exemptions pending approval, councilwoman proposes alternatives to firing”

“Leaders are builders. They build bridges to unite, not walls to divide”

“Leaders are builders. They build bridges to unite, not walls to divide”

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Meet My Team

Meeka Breault
Chief-of-Staff

Honolulu, Hawaii. After high school, Meeka graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Administration with a Concentration in Healthcare from the University of Hawaii at West Oahu, as well as, a Master of Arts in Business Administration from Touro University Worldwide.

Braedon Wilkerson
Policy Director

Braedon is from Waianae, O’ahu, and worked as a political strategist and public affairs consultant in Olympia, Washington. He studied Politics & Public Policy at Liberty University and attended the Leadership Institute’s Campaign Management School. He was elected as a National Delegate to three presidential nominating conventions, by two different states, Washington and Virginia.

Kaiwiola Coakley
Communications Director

Kaiwiola is from Kohala, Hawaii, and attended school at Kamehameha Kapalama. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University in Provo. He has worked in non-profit healthcare for many years and was in Pacific Business News’ 40 Under 40 class of 2019.

Blake Ramelb
Content Manager

Blake is from Lahaina, Maui, and graduated from Lahainaluna High School. He began his media business in 2013 and has since cultivated many relationships with key industry players to strategically grow his online following to over 150K.

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530 South King Street, Room 202
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

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Monday – Friday: 8 AM – 5 PM
“*Office hours may vary due to COVID-19”

Contact:

Email: atupola@honolulu.gov
Phone: (808) 768-5001
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