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  • University of Hawaii president, advisors and senior management team
    Plans Legislative reports Measuring Our Progress Second Decade Project Strategic plan Policies and procedures WASC accreditation reports University of Hawai i System 2444 Dole Street Honolulu HI 96822 808 956 8111 University of Hawai i President advisor and senior management team President Advisor David Lassner President Nainoa Thompson Advisor on Hawaiian Affairs Senior Management Team Risa E Dickson VP for Academic Affairs Jan Gouveia VP for Administration Kalbert Young VP

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  • Council of Chancellors - University of Hawaii 10-campus System
    the President Administrative offices Reports Data demographics Economic Impact Report Emergency Plans Legislative reports Measuring Our Progress Second Decade Project Strategic plan Policies and procedures WASC accreditation reports University of Hawai i System 2444 Dole Street Honolulu HI 96822 808 956 8111 University of Hawai i Council of Chancellors Robert Bley Vroman Mānoa Donald Straney Hilo Doris Ching West O ahu Joni Onishi Hawai i Erika Lacro Honolulu Leon Richards

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  • University of Hawaii Board of Regents
    operating officer of Oceanit a diversified engineering and tech company that is involved in aerospace engineering life sciences and information systems Oceanit is dedicated to building a healthy sustainable tech sector in the State of Hawai i Prior to Oceanit Sullivan was the director of the planning and zoning departments for the city and county of Honolulu and oversaw the reorganization that created the current Department of Planning and Permitting Prior to being at the city Sullivan practiced law representing a broad array of clients in the planning environmental and land use processes and managed large project development teams Sullivan graduated from the University Lab School the University of Colorado and received her juris doctor from the William S Richardson School of Law She is currently serving on the boards of the Hawai i Nature Center Enterprise Honolulu and various community organizations She was also formerly the chair of the Hawai i Community Development Authority served on the Honolulu Charter Commission was a founding member of the Mutual Housing Association of Hawai i and has served on numerous non profit boards and commissions Sullivan and her husband Patrick have two children Matthew and Tarah Matthew currently runs his own tech start up in San Francisco Tarah is pursuing an advanced degree in nano materials engineering at the University of California San Diego Select a regent to learn more about that individual Regents serve through June 30 of the indicated year Randolph G Moore Chair At Large Seat Term ends 2018 Jan Naoe Sullivan Vice Chair Honolulu County Term ends 2016 Eugene Bal III Vice Chair Maui County Term ends 2018 Coralie Chun Matayoshi Honolulu County Term ends 2016 Barry T Mizuno Hawai i County Term ends 2018 Benjamin Asa Kudo At Large Seat Term ends 2017 Jeffrey Portnoy Honolulu County

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  • University of Hawaii Board of Regents
    centers within the Department of Defense directing all High Performance Computing technology acquisitions including deploying the 11 supercomputer in the world and maintaining effective cost control and financial management As a Naval officer after a decade of combat flying Bal transitioned to the Navy s program management and acquisition community as an aerospace engineering duty officer He held positions as the chief engineer for the development and acquisition of avionics systems department head for systems and software research and development deputy program manager and detachment commander of a multidisciplinary team responsible for oversight of a full scale engineering development contract and assignment as one of a select number of military program managers at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency where he was responsible for the development of first of a kind technologies After 25 years of service Bal retired as a Navy Captain to join MHPCC Bal s community service spans national state and Maui organizations including the National Science Foundation National Visiting Committee for the National Center of Excellence in High Performance Computing Technology Governor s Economic Revitalization Task Force State of Hawai i Workforce Development Council Hawai i Community Foundation Board of Governors Hawai i Technology Development Venture United States Naval Academy Information Officer for Maui County Hawai i Community Foundation Maui Leadership Council Maui County Mayor s Advisory Committee Maui County Small Business Advisory Council Maui Economic Development Board Maui Memorial Medical Center Foundation Maui Historical Society and the Maui County Council of the Boy Scouts of America A graduate of the United States Naval Academy Bal earned a master of science degree from the United States Naval Postgraduate School graduated from the Advanced Executive Program at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and is a graduate of the Defense Systems Management College He

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  • University of Hawaii Board of Regents
    Meet the UH Board of Regents Regent Download hi res Simeon R Acoba Jr Retired Hawai i Supreme Court Associate Justice Simeon R Acoba Jr is currently a lecturer at the UH Mānoa William S Richardson School of Law Prior to his appointment to the Supreme Court in May 2000 he was an associate judge on the Intermediate Court of Appeals from 1994 2000 a circuit court judge from 1980 1994 and a district court judge from 1979 1980 Acoba started his career as a law clerk for Chief Justice William Richardson before serving as special assistant to UH President Harlan Cleveland a deputy attorney general and engaging in the private practice of law He is the founding chair of the Hawai i Access to Justice ATJ Commission and is currently chair of the commission s Judiciary s Strategic Planning Committee Acoba is also co chair of the Judicial Administration Committee of the Hawai i State Bar Association and director of the Hawai i Justice Foundation and the Mediation Center of the Pacific A graduate of Farrington High School Acoba received a bachelor s degree from the University of Hawai i and his juris doctor degree from the Northwestern University School of Law Select a regent to learn more about that individual Regents serve through June 30 of the indicated year Randolph G Moore Chair At Large Seat Term ends 2018 Jan Naoe Sullivan Vice Chair Honolulu County Term ends 2016 Eugene Bal III Vice Chair Maui County Term ends 2018 Coralie Chun Matayoshi Honolulu County Term ends 2016 Barry T Mizuno Hawai i County Term ends 2018 Benjamin Asa Kudo At Large Seat Term ends 2017 Jeffrey Portnoy Honolulu County Term ends 2019 Lee Putnam Honolulu County Term ends 2019 Stanford Yuen Honolulu County Term ends 2019 Michelle Tagorda

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  • University of Hawaii Board of Regents
    Hospital an affiliate of The Queen s Health Systems located in Kamuela on Hawai i Island Higaki has served in several capacities at North Hawai i Community Hospital since it opened in 1996 including Vice President of Public Affairs and Vice President of Clinical and Support Services Higaki began his professional career in California as a Radiation Therapy Technologist at Sutter Memorial Hospital in Sacramento followed by management roles in Radiation Oncology Departments at Fresno Community Hospital and Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach Higaki served as Chairperson of Hawai i County s Workforce Investment Board and as a member of the Workforce Development Council for the State of Hawai i He was appointed to three State Health Planning and Development Agency councils including the Statewide Health Coordinating Council Hawai i County Subarea Council and Certificate of Need Review Panel He also served as Board President of the Hamakua Health Center and as a member of the Waimea Community Association s Board of Directors He is a member of the Mayor s Healthcare Sustainability Taskforce and the Hawai i Island Healthcare Alliance Steering Committee Higaki was born and raised in Honokaa on Hawai i Island graduated from Honokaa High School and received an associate of science degree at Kapi olani Community College He resides in Waikoloa Village and spends time with his fiancée Ann and their dog Toshi Select a regent to learn more about that individual Regents serve through June 30 of the indicated year Randolph G Moore Chair At Large Seat Term ends 2018 Jan Naoe Sullivan Vice Chair Honolulu County Term ends 2016 Eugene Bal III Vice Chair Maui County Term ends 2018 Coralie Chun Matayoshi Honolulu County Term ends 2016 Barry T Mizuno Hawai i County Term ends 2018 Benjamin Asa Kudo At Large Seat

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  • University of Hawaii Board of Regents
    at Kaua i Community College He was part of the leadership team that designed and built the new campus at Puhi He was appointed Provost of Kaua i Community College in 1982 and led the campus for sixteen years As Provost he helped rebuild the college after the destruction caused by Hurricane Iwa 1982 and Hurricane Iniki 1992 He served as the Executive Administrator and Secretary of the Board of Regents from 1998 until his retirement in 2006 His national service included The American Council on Education The American Association of Community Colleges and the Accrediting Commission for Community Colleges His past community service in Hawai i included Hawai i Community Foundation Public Schools of Hawai i Foundation Kaua i Visitors Bureau and a founding director of the Kaua i Economic Development Board Currently he serves on the Conference Council of the United Church of Christ Līhu e Christian Church Kaua i Island Utility Cooperative Board and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Board His awards include Governor s Award for Employee of the Year 1986 UH Alumni Association Distinguished Service Award 1988 Wheaton College Crusader Club Hall of Honor 1991 University of Hawai i Manager of the Year 1993 University of the Ryukyus Okinawa Honorary Doctor of Philosophy 2003 Willard Wilson Distinguished Service Award 2007 A graduate of Kaua i High School he received his BA from Wheaton College IL Master s from UH Mānoa He served as an Army officer in South Korea and Hawai i He and his wife Shirley have two sons Douglas and Derek four grandchildren and two great grandchildren Select a regent to learn more about that individual Regents serve through June 30 of the indicated year Randolph G Moore Chair At Large Seat Term ends 2018 Jan Naoe Sullivan Vice Chair Honolulu County

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  • University of Hawaii Board of Regents
    obtained his BS in mechanical engineering from the University of Washington 1972 He did his graduate work at the University of Hawai i where he obtained an MBA 1975 and PhD 2008 from the Shidler College of Business Kudo also obtained a juris doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 1978 Prior to beginning his legal career Kudo held positions with two of Hawai i s major agriculture and land development corporations From 1973 to 1975 he served in several capacities including that of application mechanical engineer for Hawaiian Equipment Co and senior financial analyst for Oceanic Properties Inc subsidiaries of Castle and Cooke Inc In 1978 Kudo was employed by Amfac Development Corporation a subsidiary of Amfac Inc as assistant vice president responsible for asset and property management He was previously the chief financial officer and the manager of the land use administrative and environmental law group of law firm Imanaka Kudo and Fujimoto where he headed the Pacific Asia business practice for the law firm In addition to his law practice Kudo served as an adjunct professor at the William S Richardson School of Law teaching in the area of real property land use and water law from 1990 to 2000 In 1994 Kudo was honored by the establishment of the Benjamin A Kudo Chair of Law designated in the areas of land use environmental and administrative law at the University of Hawai i William S Richardson School of Law Select a regent to learn more about that individual Regents serve through June 30 of the indicated year Randolph G Moore Chair At Large Seat Term ends 2018 Jan Naoe Sullivan Vice Chair Honolulu County Term ends 2016 Eugene Bal III Vice Chair Maui County Term ends 2018 Coralie Chun Matayoshi Honolulu County Term ends 2016 Barry

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