Cami is a Career Counselor and coordinates Career and Life Transitions, a program
for students 25 years and older returning to SBCC. Cami is also a professor at Antioch
University, and a PhD candidate in the Leadership and Change Program through Antioch
Cami is researching Positive Psychology and Personal Transformation in order to
continue helping people find their place through enjoyable work and education.
As native Hawaiian, Cami enjoys Polynesian Dance, music, all kinds of exercise and
lots of adventure.
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“Whatever you do, give it 100% and be passionate about it.”
What was your first job?
I was a Hawaiian Hula Girl at the Hula Hut’s dinner shows in Oahu.
What is your dream job?
I actually have my dream job! However, I would like to teach and inspire people in
their careers on a global scale.
A famous figure you admire, why?
Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop founder of the Kamehaha Schools. Although she had no
children of her own, she bequeathed her estate to educate the native children of Hawaii.
What subject do you wish you had paid more attention to in school?
Hawaiian language and history.
What is the strangest food you’ve ever eaten?
Live raw sweet shrimp – it was incredibly tasty, but I felt sorry for the little fella.
What is the best career advice you’ve ever received?
Whatever you do, give it 100% and be passionate about it.
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