30th Legislature, 2019
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Floor session convene times for January 18, 2019:
Senate: 11:30 a.m. | House of Representatives: 12:00 p.m.
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House District 24
Hawaii State Capitol
Room 439
phone: 808-586-9425
fax: 808-586-9431
repbelatti@Capitol.hawaii.gov
24 - Makiki, Tantalus, Papakolea, McCully, Pawaa, Manoa
Makiki-Lower Punchbowl-Tantalus Neighborhood Board No. 4
The Makiki Community
PRESENT ELECTED POSITION
• House of Representatives, District 25 (Makiki, Tantalus, and portions of McCully and Papakolea)
• Member of the Urban Caucus, Hawaiian Caucus, Filipino Caucus, Women's Caucus, Keiki Caucus, Rural Caucus, Heritage Caucus, Kupuna Caucus, and Climate Change Caucus

EDUCATION
• William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii, J.D.
• Princeton University, A.B., History
• Maryknoll School

PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
• Law Office of Eric A. Seitz, Attorney
• Research Attorney, Senate Majority Research Office
• The Honorable Simeon R. Acoba, Hawaii Supreme Court, Law Clerk

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS & COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
• St. Clement's School, Board of Directors, Member
• Friends of the Makiki Community Library, Board of Directors, Member
• William S. Richardson School of Law Alumni Association, Director
• Hawaii State Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, Director
• Hawaii Women Lawyers, Programs Committee Member
• Envision Hawaii, Steering Committee Member

SELECTED HONOR AND ACTIVITIES
• Pacific Century Fellows, Class of 2008
• Patsy Takemoto Mink Legislative Fellowship Program, Co-Founder (2002-2003)
• Amy C. Richardson Award, Co-Winner (2002) for paper entitled "Act 50: The Protections, Pitfalls and Possibilities of the 2000 Cultural Assessment Requirement for Hawaii's Diverse Communities"
• Supreme Court Summer Institute, Teacher Participant (1999)
• Klingenstein Summer Institute Fellows Program, Fellow (1998)
• Pew Civic Entrepreneur Initiative, Honolulu Civic Entrepreneur (1997-1999)
Measures Introduced
 Title
HB96 RELATING TO MINIMUM WAGE.
HB243 RELATING TO EDUCATION FUNDING.
HB244 RELATING TO EARLY LEARNING.
HB245 RELATING TO EDUCATION.
HB246 RELATING TO CHARTER SCHOOLS.
HB247 RELATING TO SCHOOLS.
HB252 RELATING TO SPEECH PATHOLOGY.
HB338 RELATING TO THE HAWAII TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.
HB339 RELATING TO TAXATION.
HB340 RELATING TO HAWAII TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.
HB364 RELATING TO VACANCIES.
HB365 RELATING TO THE HAWAII PUBLIC HOUSING AUTHORITY.
HR1 ELECTING THE TEMPORARY CHAIR OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE THIRTIETH LEGISLATURE.
HR2 ELECTING THE SPEAKER AND VICE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE THIRTIETH LEGISLATURE.
HR3 ELECTING THE OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE THIRTIETH LEGISLATURE.
HR4 ACKNOWLEDGING AND RECOGNIZING THE CAUCUS LEADERS AND NAMING THE CHAIRS, VICE CHAIRS, AND MEMBERS OF THE STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE THIRTIETH LEGISLATURE.
HR5 SENDING MESSAGES THAT THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE THIRTIETH LEGISLATURE HAS ASSEMBLED AND IS READY TO TRANSACT BUSINESS.