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 Hawai'i budgets nearly $16 billion to help lawmakers make informed spending decisions.

Born and raised in Waipahu, I earned a BA in Public Policy from Stanford University with Goldman Honors in Environmental Science, Technology, and Policy for a thesis on collaborative water resource management.

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

Up until 2019, I'd worked in constituent services & community outreach for U.S. Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI).

Got the itch for creative writing along the way, so I'm concurrently working toward a Master in Fine Arts at Pacific Lutheran University's Rainier Writing Workshop. I also serve as Executive Assistant for The Speakeasy Project.

Pronouns: he/him

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