Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Momi Cazimero

Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Momi Cazimero

When society told her that women couldn't cut it in the world of Graphic Design, she proved them wrong. 

Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Betty White

Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Betty White

After dedicating nearly half a century to the all-girls academy in Kaimuki, and becoming the first layperson to lead Sacred Hearts Academy, Betty White is retiring as head of school.

Hawaii's Remarkable Woman: Paula Akana

Hawaii's Remarkable Woman: Paula Akana

Paula Akana has been a reporter, anchor, friend, and mentor to many. KITV4's Robert Kekaula sat down with Akana to reminisce and "talk story" about her amazing career. Kekaula: Have you taken a second to look back at your work? Akana: I constantly do that

Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Hinaleimoana Kwai Kong Wong

Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Hinaleimoana Kwai Kong Wong

Last Wednesday Hinaleimoana Kwai Kong Wong, now legally recognized as a woman, celebrated her 47th birthday.

Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Connie Lau

Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Connie Lau

Lau broke barriers from the beginning as part of only the second class of women at Yale.

Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Lucile Abreu

Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Lucile Abreu

If it wasn't for Lucile Abreu, Susan Ballard would never have become Honolulu’s Chief of Police. "She was the person who allowed officers, female officers to be able to go out and work in patrol," Chief of Police Susan Ballard said. Abreu joined the Honolulu Police Department in 1954, at that time there were fewer than 10 women on the force. Abreu took the sergeant's exam multiple times, and always passed with flying colors but was never promoted. Her siz...

Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Ilima Lei Macfarlane

Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Ilima Lei Macfarlane

Ilima-Lei MacFarlane is a MMA world champion and setting a strong example outside the cage as well.

Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Congresswoman Patsy Mink

Hawaii's Remarkable Women: Congresswoman Patsy Mink

"She was a physically small person but you didn't want to mess with her," Joshua Wisch, Executive Director of ACLU-Hawaii said.