Taulele'a Katoa (United Peoples)

Taulele'a Katoa means “United People” in Tongan and is representative of our cultural Pacific Islander heritage. In this club, we celebrate all the diverse Pacific Islander cultures, which strengthens our Dominican family.


The purpose of Taulele'a Katoa (United People) is to reach out to all students who wish to learn more about the various Polynesian cultures. These islands include Fiji, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, and many more. We will be looking at the cultures in-depth through different dances, foods, movies and histories. Within this club, we hope to share our knowledge of the different customs that each student brings to Dominican


Meetings are held Tuesdays at 12:30pm in Guzman 110.

Lilieta Fe'ao & Maegan Funesto, Taulele'a Katoa Co-Presidents: lilieta.faeo@students.dominican.edu & maegan.funesto@students.dominican.edu

Lizette Cabrera, Taulele'a Katoa  ICC Representative: lizette.cabrera@students.dominican.edu