Dominique Leu Cordy grew up all over Oʻahu, and now lives and farms kalo with her kāne and their two keiki in Haleleʻa and Koʻolau, Kauaʻi. Focusing on land and place in Hawaiʻi, she specializes in archival research and GIS mapping. She received a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of California at Davis and an M.A. in Pacific Island studies from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Ms. Cordy has managed and developed cultural and historical geodatabases for government agencies, aliʻi trusts and communities across Hawaiʻi. She is grateful for having instructed on and off for the last 10-years with the Wahi Kūpuna Internship Program (WKIP). Ms. Cordy currently works with Huliauapaʻa, Nohopapa Hawaiʻi, the Hanalei Initiative, and serves on the Aha Kuapapa (steering committee) of the Kaliʻuokapaʻakai Collective. She engages actively with local nonprofits and schools in her community, managing grants and problem solving issues at the intersection of Climate change and culture; working towards the removal of invasive species, retention of ʻohana lands, flood resiliency, protection and access to wahi kupuna, and the expansion of ʻāina based education opportunities.