• View of the Kalaupapa Peninsula

    Kalaupapa

    National Historical Park Hawai'i

Our Staff & Offices

Rosa at desk

Kalaupapa National Historical Park Staff

Superintendent: Stephen Prokop

Administrative Officer: Rosa Key

Management Assistant: Leslie Kanoa-Naeole

Cultural Resource Chief/Archeologist: Erika Viernes-Stein

Archeologist: Mary Jane Naone

Curator: T. Scott Williams

Cultural Anthropologist: Ka'ohulani McGuire

Historical Architect: Wilbert Hashimoto

Historic Preservation Exhibit Specialist: Richard Miller

Historic Preservation Exhibit Specialist: Kalawai'a Goo

Historic Preservation Technician: John Kaiama, Jr.

Historic Preservation Technician: Pat Kalaola

Historic Preservation Technician: Joe Mollena

Maintenance Chief: Lionel Kaawaloa

Maintenance Assistant: LeAnna Lang

Maintenance Worker: Jeff English

Maintenance Worker: Lanson Kaupu

Maintenance Worker: Lane Namakaeha

Maintenance Worker/Electrician: Edward English

Maintenance Worker Plumber: Joe Mollena

Utilities System Operator: Lionel Kaawaloa

Grounds/Recycling Supervisor Arthur Ainoa

Acting Natural Resources Chief/Marine Ecologist: Eric Brown

Terrestrial Ecologist: Paul Hosten

Biology Technician: Kim Tice

Chief Ranger: Tim Trainer

Park Ranger: Lester Delos Reyes

Park Ranger: Amy Sakurada

Park Ranger: David Ellis

Park Ranger: Brandon Ignacio

 

Did You Know?

Brother Dutton with Patients

Brother Joseph Dutton went to Molokai in 1886 to assist Father Damien and worked among the patients for 44 years. He kept the world posted on Kalaupapa, so his address book contained over 4000 names and bags of mail delivered to him sometimes weighed as much as 50 pounds.