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Leialani Hufana speaks at USF's 2014 commencement

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Uploaded on Aug 15, 2014

Leialani Hufana is a Native Hawaiian from O'ahu, Hawai'i. She moved to San Francisco in 2012 to attend USF's Masters of Science in Environmental Management (MSEM) program. Her working experience is in marine science, particularly fishpond ecology, so she was very interested in the marine and ecological courses that were offered through the program.

During the program, she took a summer school class that was held in Sitka, Alaska, where she was able to learn from Native Tlingit people and marine biologists about salmon fisheries management. After working on campus in the Environmental Health and Safety Office, she gained new experiences in different environmental fields, including composting and recycling.

She currently works for the City of San Francisco, Department of Environment, where she brings composting and recycling services to apartment buildings throughout the city and provides door to door outreach and education to residents.

More on the program Hufana attended at USF: http://www.usfca.edu/artsci/msem/

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