Hōkū Cody is a kamaʻāina of Moanalua and an ʻōiwi of Hawaiʻi Island. She mainly focuses on the intersection of technology, community, and seabird conservation to create meaningful impacts for Hawaiʻi’s future generations. Hōkū has been involved in several seasonal field camps throughout Papahānaumokuākea since 2013. She has a degree in Digital Graphics & New Media from Providence, RI, as well as a degree in Marine Science from UH-Hilo. Since doing fieldwork, she has co-founded Nā Kiaʻi Nihokū–a community-based stewardship & education program in partnership with USFWS Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge. She also leads the Kiamanu Project–an effort that aims to increase community support in seabird conservation, and works with Resource Mapping Hawaii–an aerial mapping, remote-sensing, GIS-solutions company. When not working, she enjoys adventures, ocean activities, reading, and spending time with loved ones.