Ahu'ena Heiau

Malama I Ko Kakou Ho¹olina
Preserving Our Past

Ahu'ena Heiau Inc.

Ahu'ena Heiau Inc. was incorporated as a Federal 501C3 non-profit corporation on May 11, 1993. Its purpose was to create and operate a program for the preservation and maintenance of ancient Hawaiian structures,
foundations and burial sites and to promote the appreciation of Hawaiian history.

Ahu'ena Heiau, Inc. adopted its bylaws on June 10, 1993.

The initial officers and directors in 1993 included Kenneth Ching, President and Director; Max Aiona, Vice President and Director and Damien Souza, Secretary and Director and Directors Daryl Lee, Fanny Au Hoy, Leimana DaMate, G. Buddy Keala and Kanalei Shun.

Current Officers and Directors include:
Thomas Hickcox, President and Director
Jacqueline Awa, Treasurer and Director
Alana Yamamoto, Secretary and Director
Casey Ballao, Director
Kealoha Kaopua, Director
Kalei Villacorte, Director
Ross Wilson Jr., Director

"Ahu'ena Heiau Inc. Board of Directors with Bishop Museum's Noelle
Kahanu on a site visit to the landmark exhibition, E Ku Ana Ka Paia:
Unification, Responsibility, and the Ku Images."


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