Kneubuhl’s key role in Kealopiko involves extensive research to provide consistent and reliable information across their product designs. She uses ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language) and storytelling to share this information with their people, in ways that are creative and accessible. Some of this looks like:

• Researching Indigenous stories from archival Hawaiian-langauge newspapers
• Transcribing and translating recordings of native speakers and sharing this information with their community via their website
• Generating engaging content in celebration of Mahina ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian Language Month)
• Writing the unique moʻolelo (story) tags found on each item of clothing, telling the story of the design by centring the Indigenous language and history