Hawaiʻi Delegate

Aponi Boyer

Aloha Mai kākou, O Aponi Kehaulani Boyer koʻu inoa.

Aponi Boyer works at the Teran James Young Foundation’s Hale Pono Youth Shelter, which is a shelter for all genders from the ages of 12-18. Aponi is from the state of Hawaiʻi, from the island of Maui, born and raised in the city of Kīhei and Paukukalo. Aponi graduated from the University of Hawaii Maui with her associate’s degree of applied science in administration of justice. She is currently working to get her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Aponi is the president of the Maui Hi Hopes Youth Leadership Board and has been a part of the HI Hopes Initiative since 2016. She is currently serving as a young fellow with the Jim Casey Initiative / Annie E. Casey Foundation ,which she has been a part of since 2021. Aponi’s professional goal is to become an independent living case manager on her island. Her personal goal is to buy a home on her island so she and her children can have a place to call home and to make sure she and her children are healthy and living life well. Aponi is a young mother of two beautiful children, a five-year-old boy and a three-year-old girl, who is her whole life and gives her the motivation to keep going. Aponi’s hobbies are mostly just being a mother to her beautiful babies, going to the beach, and spending quality time with her family and friends. A fun fact about Aponi is that she is the ninth child of 12 children.

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