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A portrait of Alisi Langi smiling at the camera with blurred green plants in the background. She has long curly dark hair and is wearing a blue blouse with colorful flower patterns.

Alisi Langi

Assistant Professor
Faculty of Religious Education

Stake Center 182C

‘Alisi K. Langi grew up running the streets of Laie and the halls of BYU-Hawaii. As a high school student, she spent many hours at the BYUH library “studying”! Both of her parents, Samuela Langi and Dorian Thoene Langi, are Church College of Hawaii alumni, and 4 of their 7 children have also graduated from BYUH.

After graduating from Kahuku High School, Alisi earned her Bachelor degree in Political Science from BYUH, a Master degree in Public Administration from the Romney Institute of Public Management - Marriott School of Management (BYU), and a Juris Doctorate from the J. Reuben Clark Law School (BYU).

Alisi has worked and/or volunteered in both the private and public sectors including: education (early childhood, elementary, secondary, undergraduate, and graduate); local government administration; private law practice; judicial systems – domestic courts and juvenile detention; non-profit and more. By far, her two favorite responsibilities have been as a primary caregiver to her father who suffered from dementia, and as a teacher in the local seminary program.

Alisi is excited to continue teaching in religious education and looks forward to contributing to the work and mission of BYU-Hawaii.


J.D., J. Reuben Clark Law School, BYU (December 2011)  

M.P.Adm., Romney Institute of Public Management, BYU (December 2011)

B.A., Political Science, BYU-Hawaii (June 2005)


ʻImi Naʻauao Scholarship Recipient - Kamehameha Schools (2007-2009)

Public Interest Law Foundation First Year Award - BYU (2008)

Abrelia Clarissa Hinckley Scholarship Recipient - BYU (2007- 2008)

Truman Scholar – Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation (2004)

Hoʻomanaʻo Presidential Scholarship Recipient - BYU-Hawaii (2002-2005)