Michelle Kwock

Michelle Kwock has lived in downtown Honolulu for most of her life. She is a public health and urban enthusiast who attended Boston University for both undergraduate and graduate degrees. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, bicycling and planning for her next vacation abroad.
Let’s Make Telework The New Normal Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2019

Let’s Make Telework The New Normal

It could pave the way for healthier workers and communities and make planet Earth a better place.

Let’s Make Better Use Of Our Food Resources Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat/2020

Let’s Make Better Use Of Our Food Resources

We should expand efforts to assist people who find themselves unemployed and in need of support.

Reforming Inefficiencies Begins With Government Employees Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Reforming Inefficiencies Begins With Government Employees

Unfortunately, not everyone chooses to embrace innovation unless required by management.

Let The Community Help Decide How To Spend Honolulu’s Budget Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Let The Community Help Decide How To Spend Honolulu’s Budget

It’s a much better way to spend taxpayer money and keep voters satisfied.

A Bike-Friendly Hawaii Requires Bike-Friendly Parking Cory Lum/Civil Beat

A Bike-Friendly Hawaii Requires Bike-Friendly Parking

Ensuring such options is essential to transition from car ownership to more eco-friendly transportation.

Want A Healthier Hawaii? Here’s A Few Ideas Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2017

Want A Healthier Hawaii? Here’s A Few Ideas

Employers and the government should offer incentives to get people off the couch, out of their cars and eating better food.