Aldric Ulep

Legislative Staff in Honolulu, Hawaii

Aldric Ulep

Legislative Staff in Honolulu, Hawaii

As a legislative fiscal analyst, I look at how the State of Hawaii budgets over $16 billion and help lawmakers make informed spending decisions.

Born and raised in Waipahu and Pearl City, I earned a BA in Public Policy from Stanford University with Goldman Honors in Environmental Science, Technology, and Policy for my thesis on collaborative water resources management and policy in the Yakima River Basin.

A social impact fellowship in the Philippines sparked my interest in social ventures, program evaluation, design thinking, and specialty coffee.

Before starting at the Capitol in 2019, for three and a half years I worked in community outreach for U.S. Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI) in Honolulu.

Got the itch for creative writing along the way, so I'm concurrently working toward an MFA at Pacific Lutheran University's Rainier Writing Workshop, and working for The Speakeasy Project as an executive assistant.

Pronouns: he/him

  • Education
    • Pacific Lutheran University (expected '22)
    • Stanford University ('14)
    • Pearl City High School ('10)