In Hawaiian, “Ohana” means “family.” And for one Kaua’i County’s worker, it’s more than just a word – it’s a way of life both in and out of the office.
This month, we’re shining a spotlight on Scott Sato. This hardworking deputy county clerk is one of the first in the office (often at 6 a.m. during budget season) and one of the last to leave—chipping in wherever he can with his work family. Why does he do it? Because “[e]veryone in this office is working toward the mission of making life better for the people of Kaua’i.”