Our Team

Malama Minn

Malama was born and raised in East Maui in the small, rural community of Hana. She attended Hana High & Elementary School and moved to Honolulu for higher education. She attended the University of Hawai’i William S. Richardson School of Law and is the first Hana native to earn a Juris Doctorate.

Malama cares deeply about the environment and has spent her professional career in clean energy policy and project facilitation, land conservation and preservation, education and training for energy efficiency, and energy management. As a native Hawaiian, Malama has a strong connection to the land and water of her homeland and is a staunch advocate for native resource management and the rejuvenation of indigenous agricultural practices.

Malama's sincere care, concern for people, and tenacity for justice bring her to our team. Malama is here to listen, assist, and serve in Maui’s recovery with love and integrity.

Why did you choose to join the HECO Lawsuit team?

I was introduced to HECO Lawsuit team members by a friend whom I trust. After talking briefly with Christian and Jordy, I was very impressed with their sincerity and obvious expertise in the subject matter. I asked them pointed questions about their commitment level to seeing our community through this difficult process, and they answered every question without hesitation. I told them I would not put my name and reputation behind any organization that would cause me to lose face or hurt people in my community, and they assured me that they stand by their word. For these reasons, I chose to join the HECO Lawsuit team, and after only a brief time working with them, I know I made the right decision.

Join the HECO Lawsuit

Our team is ready to be there for you like we have for thousands of families across the mainland. We are here to help. The following questions help us understand if we are able to represent you. If you have any questions, you can email us at support@hecolawsuit.com or call (808) 582-8749.