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Sust’āinable Molokai is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which means, that in addition to our deep appreciation of your generosity, your donation is tax deductible!

em-thumbnailEmillia Noordhoek

Co-Director and Director of Renewable Resources

Emillia is an Accredited Professional (AP) in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) and serves as our Executive Director. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Liberal Arts (University of Oregon) and a Masters Certificate in Real Estate Development (Portland State University). She comes to Sust`āinable Molokai with a strong background in sustainable building practices, environmental compliance and project management as well as a life time of grassroots organizing. Emillia lives in central Molokai with her husband, 3 dogs and 2 cats.

 

Harmonee Williams

Co-Director and Director of Food Sovereignty Program

Harmonee oversees Sustʻāina ble Molokai’s Food Sovereignty Program, including the management of our Food Hub and Mobile Market, as well as the coordination of the island’s Farm to School and School Garden Network.  She became involved in the formation of the organization shortly after moving to Molokai in 2008, and has served in various capacities.  Harmonee’s background includes environmental planning with a wide variety of communities across Hawaii and the Pacific.  She has a Bachelors in History from Yale University, and a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.

 

Jamie Ronzello - Sustainable Molokai Profile PictureJamie Ronzello

Mobile Market Operations Manager

Jamie has a strong background in agriculture and value-added production. She has been farming on Molokai for the past 10 years, including the start-up and management of her successful small business, Barking Deer Farm. She also has experience teaching Sustainable Agriculture courses. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of North Carolina at Asheville. Jamie has been working for Sustʻāina ble Molokai since 2015, where she has been instrumental in the expansion of the Food Security Program, especially in the launch of the Mobile Market, which aims to support all farms on Molokai.

 

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