Uʻilani Sanada is an 18 year old first-year student attending KCC. Sanada graduated from Kaiser High School this year and has been living in Hawaiʻi all her life. She plans to study Occupational Therapy next year so that she can become an Occupational Therapy Assistant and work in a hospital. Sanada mentioned that this particular field of study will take her six years to complete. She likes that KCC is affordable, and that because she is working at the same time she is able to work and go to school at her own schedule. Sanada believes that education is important, which is her reason for what influenced her to attend college.
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Lexus is a third-year college student and Lunalilo Scholar. She is passionate about writing and majoring in English to become a novelist. She writes her own books during her free time, and also enjoys taking photographs and playing music. Lexus can be reached at email@example.com.
- Serena MurraySerena Murray, a Mililani native and current resident, is working toward her RN license in the LPN-ADN Transition Program here at KCC. She has worked as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) for the past six years, and hopes that by transitioning to an RN role she will give herself more options in the healthcare profession and ideally earn a higher salary. Serena keeps busy with her family; her daughter is in the drumline at Mililani High School and she has two younger boys. Serena's husband is in the military and they previously spent time in Oklahoma. Having since returned to O'ahu, Serena is excited to continue her education path at KCC. When not busy with classes or her current work as an LPN, you'll likely find Serena at the beach or hiking trails across the island.