Delphina Dorrance is directly involved and dedicated to the development of educational, artistic and cultural programs, with a primary focus on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Her current non-profit activities include: vice-president and board member of Heartwood Institute, an educational residential holistic healing community in Northern California; and board member of Ohana Homeschool Cooperative
Nan and her husband Dick own a successful software development and web design company in Portland, Oregon.
Kay Kammerzell has over 20 years of professional experience in non-profit development and management. Kay is currently employed as Project Manager with Touching The Earth (TTE) providing management, administraive support and program development. Prior to working with TTE, she worked as Executive Director of the Anna Ranch Heritage Center (Kamuela, HI), where she was responsible for growing the organization through educational program development, marketing & publicity, and community outreach. In 2001, Kay founded a non-profit, San Juan Islands Museum of Art & Sculpture Park (San Juan Island, WA).
She promotes Kokolulu every chance she gets and has heart and passion for the work that Kokolulu does.