Linda was born and raised in Salt Lake. She is a proud graduate of Salt Lake Elementary, Moanalua Middle, and Moanalua High School. Public service has always been an important part of her life. In high school, Linda served as the student member on the Hawaii State Board of Education. She represented all public school students in Hawaii, and advised the Board on issues facing the public education system with insight and perspective. She was also active in the Hawaii State Student Council and the Interact Club, which developed her appreciation for the democratic process and volunteerism. These experiences taught her that a quality public education is not just an option for Hawaii's keiki, but a necessity.
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Friends of Linda Ichiyama
P.O. Box 1707
Aiea, HI 96701
The value of education was reinforced upon Linda when she enrolled at Georgetown University alongside students from around the world. There, she earned a degree in International Politics. While in Washington, D.C., Linda interned for Congressman Neil Abercrombie where she gained policy-making experience on a national level. During college summers, Linda returned to Hawaii to volunteer at the First Circuit Court and Honolulu’s Corporation Counsel.
Through her hard work and commitment to a number of organizations in our community, Linda saw first-hand how the law can empower each of us. She attends the William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawaii and is an active member in a number of student organizations including the Pacific Asian Legal Studies Organization, and Advocates for Public Interest Law. Her desire to serve the community has continued through her work at the State Legislature for the House of Representatives and the Senate, Lanakila Meals on Wheels, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Japanese-American Citizens League, the Moanalua Lions Club and other community organizations.Linda has experience in government at the county, state and federal levels. She has the skills, knowledge and dedication to represent your interests. Linda will be an effective voice for our community.