Kumu Hula Leilani Kūpahu-Marino Kahoʻāno carries the legacy of her ʻohana and over 50 years of Native Hawaiian Cultural Practitioner traditions. ʻŪniki (formal training) trained in the Maiki Aiu legacy and is Kumu Hula of Hālau Hula o Nāmamoakeakua; community Neonatal Intensive Care/Hospice Nurse and the Founder of Caring for Hawaiʻi Neonates, a 501c3 non profit organization. Her passion also pioneered several early childhood programs. Currently, the Vice President of the Council of International Neonatal Nurses. Serves/served on Boards: ʻAhahui Kaʻahumanu, Kumu Kahua Theatre, Aloha Festivals and ʻIolani Guild, as well as portraying special aliʻi women. Active plannnig member of the Children and Youth Day/Month; a co-Founding Member of Hawaiʻi Association of Infant Mental Health organization. She and her husband, Kimo Kahoʻāno, share in golf, church, donating time to serve their communities, perpetuating the legacy of her Hewahewa/Kūpahu ʻohana and their “Brady Bunch,” which includes 3 sons, 2 daughters, 10 grandsons and 2 granddaughters growing in aloha.