is a Kānaka Maoli father, musician, and community organizer from Maui, Hawai’i. He works as the climate justice campaign director for People’s Action, a network of 42 power-building organizations across 30 states. He also serves on the national boards of the Green New Deal Network, Climate Power, and the United Frontline Table. Previously, Kaniela was a Hawaii State Legislator where he co-led efforts to require Native Law training for state board members, enact community-based fishery management, and pass the nation’s first 100% renewable energy goal. Locally, Ing is the co-founder and a board member of the Hawaii Community Bail Fund and organizes with the Kū Kia’i Mauna movement to protect Mauna Kea.