Xeana Kamalani Dung, also known as “Kama Dung,” is a professional softball pitcher, model, ESPN Sports Analyst, and philanthropist from Waianae, Hawaii. She is a gold and bronze world medalist and is known as the first professional softball pitcher from Hawaii. Kamalani is currently plays on the Puerto Rican National Team and in the USA Athletes Unlimited Softball league. Kamalani is a Kamehameha Schools Kapalama and UC Berkeley Graduate who is passionate about sports, entertainment, fashion, and community. Kamalani is the founder and CEO of multiple businesses and recently started a non-profit supporting underserved youth of the pacific – providing coaching and mentorship to the next generation of athletes. Kamalani is known for her aloha spirit, and enjoys surfing, pilates, art, music, and spending time with her family and friends.
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I’m so excited to partner with the TwinFin Hotel because of their aligning values. Not only do I love that TwinFin is supporting local talent, but they’re all about creating lasting connection with the community that surrounds them. I love beautiful experiences rooted in culture and it’s refreshing to be partnered with a hotel that brings all of that together, in an authentic way, in the heart of Waikiki.