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Christine also discusses working for several well-known companies where she gained the experience to launch her own business.Christine Camp Audio Download the Transcript Transcript I love this country.Well, it was very confusing, because I was fairly young, and no one really explained. I was babysitting six, seven-year-olds when I was twelve years old. And someone gave us twenty dollars each and said, You guys go to JC Penney’s and buy clothes. It was so unfortunate that it was that time in which we had a chance to actually go to Kahala Mall. There was a woman who had two kids, and she was a prostitute. An alcoholic woman, another woman who couldn’t afford to eat regular food, and she was sharing her cat food, what I found out, and I would try to give her what I could. Well, no; it was the Isle of Avalon where all the power came. So the way I saw Avalon, aside from the fact that it starts with an A, so it will be the top of the alphabet [CHUCKLE]— That’s a good one. But really, what it was, it was about king makers and the source of power; source within. And the recent books, the recent renditions of this fairytale, there’s a mist of Avalon where all power comes from the priestesses, which is the women. They give equally to all political candidates in order to be in the good graces of the eventual winners, whoever they may be. For example, she openly and enthusiastically supported Mufi Hannemann, when he ran unsuccessfully for governor in 2010. You’re a developer, and you’re supporting a certain candidate. Now that they’re there, we as the constituents will stand behind them because they are our elected leaders. I’m choked up now, ‘cause I remember seeing her, and I’m feeling, wow, I did it. Her daughter is active in community organizations, and has received awards for achievements in her adopted country.My sisters are eight and six years older than I am; so older. They put into a pool, they bid for the money, and they can have access to a pool of money. And we didn’t even know how to shop at JC Penney’s, what to do, because we’ve never been in these stores for us. ‘Cause we’d been to Kahala Mall, and we went to Mc Donald’s, once every three months or something and had a hamburger. And the only bright light in that whole place were two college students who were a couple, and they were happy people. And Castle and Cooke was hiring, they had just gotten their zoning for Mililani Mauka. You’ve had some leadership positions in government. You were heading the Police Commission, you— I was. But during the election period, I don’t believe in kind of walking the middle line all the time. America is about making choices, to protect your freedom, and protecting your views. At the time of this conversation in 2010, Christine is busy with a new accomplishment.I love this country only in a way an immigrant can say it.I’m a first generation American, I came to America, I’ve seen what it’s like on the other side.Kona has a tropical, semi-arid climate (Köppen BSh) with warm temperatures year-round, typical of its latitude in the tropics.

Because I think for us, were hoping for a better life, and so we didn’t know what we didn’t have. And we moved to Wilson Elementary right before we ended the fifth grade year. So I packed up my ego, packed up my things; I went home that day, the next day. What was amazing is, my mom never asked me a question. She was there folding laundry, she acted like nothing happened. And my luck comes in having my first job with a gentleman named Rex Kuwasaki. And that’s where I realized what an impact I could have in the community, and how meaningful it would be to be a developer, to create communities, from an idea on a piece of paper, to see buildings, to put people in homes. So I wanted to have my own company, and I wanted to be that, what he was doing. Ended up becoming not a project, but it did give me the courage to move on to being my own developer, my own company, having my own company. I wanted to be my own developer, but I realized it was a lot harder in raising money than just doing projects. We, because our company has grown beyond just myself, and we are looking at our next five years. ‘Cause isn’t it what it is; it’s always a series of decisions, how do you decide. By taking it from the developers when they’re doing affordable housing, or just adding more housing stock so that it becomes affordable, it just adds to that burden. So the next five years is really diversifying, and creating the next layer of managers. Because the people around us kind of had the same means. And so I had an opportunity to recreate who I am, not be so foreign, and meet friends. Kosasa, who basically spent extra time with me, letting me know what my assignments were. Through all of this, Christine Camp managed to graduate early from Kalani High School, and enrolled at Kapiolani Community College. I had to not only do the planning and engineering, and design of the projects, the marketing of the projects, but I actually had to raise the money. Now, it’s very hard to do a five-year goal when a recession comes along, and just knocks the bottom out of budget. That it’s not about me, but it’s about having managers manage the projects and companies. And so we enjoyed our times, but without parents were a little difficult. And I made some really good friends, and I was able to blossom in there, and did very well in school. You’re going to community college, and working your way through school. The developer image; it comes from my first job, my first real job, my first fulltime job. And the capital was what was my obstacle in being my own developer. And I realized it was such a successful advisory services and doing brokerage, I wasn’t spending any time looking for my own projects. I thought this was America, this is the big country. And for me to see all these trees and flowers; oh, my gosh. The community was established by King Kamehameha I to be his seat of government when he was chief of Kona before he consolidated rule of the archipelago, and it later it became the capital of the newly unified Kingdom of Hawaii.