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When I started growing up and started going to school, and started hearing from people that it wasn’t really good. I think I started to feel that when I was more like in third or fourth grade. But there are certain things that I have sort of kept with me.I’ve always felt proud to be Hawaiian, my entire life. I remember thinking to myself, Well, this can’t be true, ’cause my grandparents were just, like, the salt of the earth. My Grandmother Ah Nee always taught us to always take what you need, and never more.
The town of about 6,000 people, roughly an hour's drive from Honolulu, is home to a small Hawaii satellite campus of Brigham Young University."I just don't see something like that being made up from him or having any part of that because they're not those kind of people," she said while sitting and talking with friends a few doors down from the Te'o family home.With a full college scholarship in hand, she left for California to earn her bachelor and master’s degrees in theater and communications from San Francisco State University.Her first post-college work experiences were as a curriculum specialist and administrator at schools in California and in Texas.On her own initiative, she recalls, she completed the application process and was accepted for her freshman year of high school.Later, she found a means to finance her college education, capping off her senior year by winning the title of Hawaii’s Junior Miss of 1974.