Meet our portfolio companies and their FoundHers.

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ʻĀina Organics

Health & Wellness

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Cannabinol (CBD) skincare products from balms, body oil & soap. The CBD is sourced from sun-grown hemp on a local farm on the island of Kauaʻi.

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Two Scents available:

Awaken - Frankincense, Lemongrass & Lavender, Peppermint & Rosemary and Fresh.

Glow - Ylang Ylang & Bergamot, Lavender, Rose Geranium and Orange Dream.

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Hawaiʻi Farm Trails


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An app and website helping farm-to-table minded users discover farm-based experienced, markets and products, and provides food tree planting options.

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Hawaiʻi Farmstand is all about farm to your table. Located on Hawaiʻi Island they bring together mea ʻai products like coffee, honey, chocolate, + Macadamia nut.

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Kōkua Diaper


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A Native Hawaiian wahine owned cloth diaper delivery/laundry service. They believe that together we can do our part to reduce our single-use waste.

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Kōkua Diaper Starter Kit




Gift pēpē Mālama ʻĀina with $50 off upon signing up for diaper service. A $225 value for only $175. This offer includes 1 time registration fee and Starter Kit!

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Core Mentors

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Jamie Makasobe


Maile Meyer Headshot

Maile Meyer

Nā Mea Hawaiʻi

Allison Rose Headshot

Allison Rose

Rose Culinary

Dianne Ma

Invoke Hospitality

Lane Sanders


Bonnie Shah

L.A. Libations

Akemi Hiatt

Hidden Gears

Kea Keolanui

OK Farms

Alaʻamoe Keolanui

OK Farms

Kawika Burgess

Alliance Commercial Finance

Ashley Lukens

Frost Family Foundation

Dylan Shropshire

Big Island Grown

Keoni DeFranco

Mālama Venture Studio

Chris Barzman


Mahina Paishon-Duarte

Hawaiian Immersion Education

Marla Musick

MBDA Enterprising Women of Color Business Center of Oʻahu

Lisa Hennessey