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. She currently does free-lance research across the pae 'āina. Focusing on land in Hawai‘i, she specializes in archival research and GIS mapping. She has a BA in Cultural anthropology from University of California at Davis and an MA in Pacific Island studies from the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. She has over 17 experience in the field of Cultural Resource Management in Hawai'i; archaeology, EA and EIS review, community ethnography, Historic land and historical research, GIS research, and has guest lectured for 6 year for the Wahi Kupuna Internship Program as well as at the University of Hawai'i West O'ahu. Ms. Cordy has managed and developed cultural and historical GIS databases for government agencies, including the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE-POH), the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, and the Department of Hawaiian Homelands. She engages actively in community organizations that seek to protect, preserve, and educate about Hawaii's precious wahi kupuna (cultural resources) and is a participating member of the Kaliuokapaakai Collective, the Waioli Taro Valley Hui, and is on the Board of Kipuka Kuleana.