Dolly M.I. Tatofi, MSW, LCSW
Pouhana O Na Wahine
Tuesday, June 14
1:45 pm – 3:00 pm – E Hoʻi i ke Ola Pono
Dolly has come to find that she is divinely guided by her kūpuna in each moment. Born and raised on the island of Oʻahu, she has come learn and experience what connection is all about due to the rich and diverse upbringing that she had in the islands. She has been blessed to work with keiki (children) to kūpuna (elder) in various capacities througout her life as a Social Worker. She has earned a B.A. in Ethnic Studies and also a Masterʻs in Social Work degree. She has worked in the Mental Health field for over 10+ years and continues to serve this population currently in an MCO setting. Although understanding who you are is a life journey, she has come to realize that at this moment that her kuleana (responsibility) is to connect and support people with restoring relationships through Aloha. She believes that through daily living and being Aloha this will create, maintain and enhance the relationships we have in any space and at any time not only with others but also with self; if we are able to know who we are deep inside we will see this reflected outside of us and then will we know what Lōkahi (unity/balance/harmony) truly means and feels like.