Lori-Lei A. Rawlins-Crivello – Vice President
Lori-Lei was born and raised in Kaunakakai, Moloka’i. She attended Kaunakakai Elementary School and graduated from Moloka’i High & Intermediate School in 1987. She then went on to the University of Hawai’i Manoa as well as the University of Hawai’i Maui College where she graduated in Liberal Arts and Hawaiian Studies. She and her husband Kawika have two children, Kapono and Ka’ohulani as well as a grandson, Teauva’a. She has worked for Kaluakoi Hotel & Resort for 5 years in reservations, Punana Leo o Moloka’i Preschool for 10 years as Preschool Kahu/Director, INPEACE (The Institute For Native Pacific Education and Culture) Ho’owaiwai Na Kamali’i as Moloka’I Community Advocate for Native Hawaiian Children in Early Childhood for 5 years, and currently managing and operating their family business, Rawlins Enterprises Inc dba Rawlins Service-Texaco for the past 30 years as President and Treasurer for the corporation. Some of the organizations that Lori-Lei has served on as a board member includes Moloka’i Enterprise Community, Aha Kiole/Aha Moku – Kawela(Moloka’i), Moloka’i Canoe Club, Moloka’i Canoe Racing Association, Aha Kukui o Moloka’i Canoe Club, Hui Makua Punana Leo o Moloka’i, Kamehameha Schools Moloka’i ATP, Moloka’i Cancer Fund, and Moloka’i High School’s Class of ’87 Alumni. She has been a member of many different groups and organizations in the Moloka’i community and heavily involved in her children’s & grandson’s programs, events and sports organizations. Lori-Lei has helped create and organized many events some of which includes Moloka’i Cancer Walk for ‘ohana, Punana Leo o Moloka’i’s HO’OMAU Concerts, Moloka’i Mother’s Day Dinner & Concert with the Diva’s (Raiatea Helm, Amy Hanaiali’i & Napua Greig) for the Moloka’i Cancer Fund, The Moloka’i Keiki Expo (10 Years), Friends of Moloka’i High and Middle Schools O’ahu Fundraising Concert (with Raiatea, Robert Cazimero, Katchafire Fiji, Mana’o Company, PeniDean, Weldon Kekauoha), Pailolo Canoe Race Moloka’i Ho’olaule’a, and for the past 5 years Moloka’i Canoe Festivals KULAIA Ho’olaule’a All to support Moloka’i programs and organizations.