About Capsun M. Poe, MPA

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CAPSUN M. POE, MPA
Political Staffer | Non-Profit Leader | Social Media Enthusiast

Capsun M. Poe, MPA has diverse experience in Hawaii’s government, non-profit, education, health, and human services fields. Throughout his varied career, he has consistently helped individuals and organizations successfully navigate complex, controversial, and emotional issues, while remaining faithful to their brand identity, mission, and goals. Known inside and outside of government, political, and non-profit circles as a resource, connector, and dependable go-to person, he has a strong commitment to empowering the socially- and economically-disadvantaged, with particular focus on minorities.

A civic-minded lifelong learner devoted to technology, innovation, and knowledge, Capsun has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, a Master’s degree in Public Administration, and worked on his first political campaign when he was ten. He has been a satisfied Apple/Mac owner since 1990 – and a frustrated PC user along the way.

Capsun fully embraces the social media movement as an extension of his desire to build and engage community. He has been an integral part of the strategic engagement accomplishments of many efforts, including politicos Kirk Caldwell, Neil Abercrombie, Donald Cataluna, and Ses Moepono as well as organizations Hiilei Aloha, LLC, the Makiki Community Library, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, and Kau Inoa. You can follow him on Twitter at @capsun, read his blog at capsun.org, email him at c@capsun.org, or call/text him at 707-7CAPSUN.

Born and raised in a rural town in South Kona, he currently resides in the bustling city of Honolulu.

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Shawna Boswell January 12, 2009 at 11:29 AM

Mino’aka,

I love your blogs they are not only informative but fun and easy to read. We can relate to the information given. I especially love the shot of Pu’uhonua. It brings back great memories of events and people that were shared there. Also, you didn’t add that not only was it our stomping ground but the meeting place for mom and dad as well. Keep doing the great work that you’re doing on keeping us updated and informed.

a hui hou,
Shawna

Capsun January 12, 2009 at 11:33 AM

Shawna: Glad to see you visiting and commenting on my site. And I’m especially glad that I can share my thoughts with you and others.

Shawna Boswell January 15, 2009 at 11:44 AM

Sorry it took so long to reply back. I tried visiting your site on Tuesday and couldn’t bring up the page. Although back to the message, I enjoy reading what you have to say because I can imagine your expressions behind your messages…lol.

Kepano February 9, 2009 at 8:17 AM

Sup, Capsun! Like the blog and the picture of Hale o Keawe! Keep up the good work.

Capsun February 9, 2009 at 8:35 AM

Kepano: Mahalo for stopping by, for the comment, and for your readership. When I migrated to my own domain, I wanted a Header that would reflect my roots, which I think it does.

Charisse July 22, 2009 at 12:50 PM

Wow, Capsun, in the weeks leading up to, and immediately following your wedding, I feel like I’ve learned so much about you. Granted, I’ve found myself reading up on your site … (thanks to your wedding detail reminders, and dad’s keen sense of website promotion at your reception.) lol.
Bravo… keep it coming… and when you’re running the country out in DC, don’t forget us little people (um … that is to say, me and my Vinh! haha)
Thanks!
–Charisse

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