Celebrated as one of the most influential Na Wahine Alakai (women leaders) on the island of Kaua'i, Sabra Kauka shares her passion for Hawaiian culture by teaching both young and old. This experienced woman is a kumu hula (Hawaiian dance teacher) at Island School and coordinator of Hawaiian studies on Kaua'i for the Ministry of Education.
She is also a kumu kapa (braiding teacher) at Kaua'i and is part of the Kalia i Ka Nuu project team, aimed at preparing teachers to be well informed about the strategies that support Hawaiian students, at the University of Hawai'i to Manoa. She has taught hundreds of students.
Sabra is a founding member and former president of the Na Pali Coast Ohana non-profit community organization dedicated to the preservation of the natural and cultural resources of Napali Coast State Park.