Sister M. Davilyn Ah Chick, OSF
Sister Davilyn Ah Chick, OSF, a Sister of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities, has been of service over forty years as an educator, with 20 years as a principal. She served as Regional Administrator of the Hawaii Region of the Sisters of St. Francis for six years, as Council Member for nine years, and as Franciscan Associates Director. Sister Davilyn was also a consultant and liaison for the Cause of Canonization of Mother Marianne Cope.
Don “Rock” Arakaki was born in Hilo, Hawaii. He was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in 1969 and retired in 1995 as a Lieutenant Colonel with 26 years in the United States Army and Hawaii Army National Guard. He was also employed with the State of Hawaii government from 1996 to 2009. Don is currently President of the Waianae Coast Rotary Club and the current Board Chair of Our Lady of Kea’au.
Cathy Ching is the Student Assistance Program Counselor at Mid-Pacific Institute. She is a graduate of Boston University where she earned a Master’s in Social Work and Public Health. She is a Trustee for the Clarence T.C. Ching Foundation.
Michael Erne retired in 2008 after serving eight years as the Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer for Catholic Healthcare West. He has more than 38 years of experience in health care operations and administration. Michael holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a Master’s in Business and Public Administration from San Diego State University.
Sister Francis Regis Hadano, OSF
Sister Francis Regis Hadano is a member of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities. She received a Bachelor’s in Education from Dayton University (Chaminade Campus) and her Master’s in Educational Administration from the University of Hawaii. While in Syracuse, NY, she completed the Formation for Ministry program in the Diocese of Syracuse.
Brad Harrison, MBA, AWMA
Brad Harrison has over 32 years of experience in the financial services industry. He has been a registered representative since 1984 and earned his Accredited Wealth Management Advisor (AWMA) designation in 2008. He is a graduate of Hawaii Pacific University with a Master of Business Administration degree in marketing and management. He is currently the Senior Vice President of the Wealth Advisory Division of First Hawaiian Bank.
David A. Kwock
David A. Kwock is an attorney licensed in the State of Hawaii since 1976. He earned his JD from UC Hastings College of Law in San Francisco, California, and BA from Syracuse University in the State of New York. His practice centers around commercial and business related matters.
Chad Love is an attorney in private practice in Honolulu, specializing in civil litigation for the past 40 years. He has served on various Boards and committees for St. Francis for the past 15 years including the St. Francis Healthcare Foundation Board, the St. Francis Medical Center (Liliha) Board, serving as chairman for several years, and the St. Francis Healthcare System Pension Committee. Chad received his undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame and received his law degree from University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall).
Rich Meiers holds a Masters in Hospital Administration from Baylor University. He is a retired U.S. Army Colonel with a distinguished 30 year career of service to our country in the area of medical and hospital services around the world, including Chief of Staff at Tripler Army Medical Center.
Ralph Mesick is a banking executive with extensive experience in risk management, real estate and corporate finance and is active in a number of community organizations. He is currently an Executive Vice President at First Hawaiian Bank where he serves as a manager in the Commercial Banking Group and is the past Chairman of the Board of the State of Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation. He is a regent at Chaminade University and currently a board member of Kapiolani Hospital Foundation, the Boys and Girls Club of Honolulu, Homeaid Hawaii, and the Hawaii Community Reinvestment Corporation. He also serves on the executive committee for the Urban Land Institute – Hawaii. Ralph holds an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he graduated Beta Gamma Sigma and earned a BBA from the University of Hawaii-Manoa.
Glenn Pang, MD
Dr. Glenn Pang is a gastroenterologist who received his medical degree from University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine. He has been in practice for more than 30 years. He also holds degrees in psychology and pharmacology.
Most Reverend Clarence Larry Silva
Bishop Clarence “Larry” Silva is the Bishop of Honolulu. With Hawaiian roots that extend back to the monarchy of King Kalakaua, Bishop Larry was the Vicar General of the Diocese of Oakland when Pope Benedict XVI appointed him to be the fifth Bishop of Honolulu in 2005. A parish priest for most of his ordained years, Bishop Silva came to inherit 66 island parishes, 28 mission churches and over 200,000 faithful.
Glenn Sueyoshi is the former President and co-founder of SH Consulting LLC. His experience includes over 40 years in the Hawaii healthcare industry providing consulting services to both private and government healthcare entities. Prior to co-founding SH Consulting, he was in charge of the Honolulu office consulting practices of Ernst & Young and Cap Gemini Ernst & Young. Glenn began his career working for the Hawaii Medicare Intermediary and the Medicaid Fiscal Agent doing audits of hospitals, nursing homes and hospital based physician reimbursements. He has done extensive work over the last three decades with major medical centers, nursing homes, the Hawaii State Department of Human Services, Department of Health and the Hawaii Health System Corporation.
Sister Cheryl Wint
Sister Cheryl Wint is currently a Pastoral Associate at St. Augustine by-the-sea Catholic Church and an assistant to the Vocation Director for the Sisters. She has extensive experience in religious education, coordination of volunteers and museum related activities for the Saints of Hawaii, working with those in need and related agencies, other parish ministries and religious vocation discernment. She is also active in a number of diocesan, youth and young adult parish groups and other Catholic communities. Prior to joining the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities, Sister was a Vice President of Software Services at AMISYS a subsidiary of McKesson. There she gained extensive experience in customer and implementation services, account management, software and hardware installation and programming for over a third of the healthcare organizations in the United States. Sister Cheryl enjoys being a disciple of Christ, praying with others, swimming, movies, planning, conducting retreats and pilgrimages, being a spiritual mentor and faith companion. Sister was born in England, grew up in Jamaica and has lived in the United States since 1981, thus she enjoys being an itinerate Franciscan and gets lots of energy being with others.
Howard is President and Chief Executive Officer of UHA Health Insurance.
Along with being a Board Director for UHA, Lee serves as Chair of the Hawai’i Health at Work Alliance, a Director of the Hawaii Association of Health Plans, Chair of the Waikiki Health Center, Director of the Hawaii Division of the American Heart Association and Chair of the March of Dimes Hawaii Chapter.
Lee was born and raised in Hawai’i and graduated from James B. Castle High School in Kaneohe and the University of Hawaii-Manoa, where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting.
Arnold is the Director of Government Affairs for the Ironworkers Union, Local 625 from 2005 – Present. In his role, he lobbies Federal, State, and County Executive and Legislative branches of government to ensure the organization’s goals and mission s are met. He holds a Masters Degree in Human Resources Management. He has volunteer experience in Ironworkers Trust Fund (Trustee), Honolulu Fire Commission (Vice Chairman), Land Use Commission (Vice Chairman, St. Francis Foundation (Board Member), and Pac-5 Judo Head Coach.
John is the Vice President & General Manager of KFVE. He is currently on the board of Big Brothers/Big Sisters Hawaii Foundation, Aloha Stadium Authority Board, Hawaii State Junior Golf Assn., Hawaii Council on Economic Education, and Aloha Festival. He is on the steering committee of Hawaii Tourism Conference, Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic. He is an Ambassador for Kapiolani Community College and on the Executive Committee of the Hawaii Bowl.
Ku`uhaku Park is the Vice President of Government and Community Relations for Matson. Previous to that, Mr. Park held the position of Manager, Public Affairs Group at Watanabe Ing, LLP; Government and Public Affairs Manager for the Hawaii Division of Horizon Lines Inc.; Marketing Manager for Hawaii Family Dental Centers/Hawaii Bio-Waste Systems; Operations Manager at Sea-Land/Horizon Lines. Mr. Park currently sits on the board of directors for the Hawaii Foodbank; the Institute for Human Services; the Hawaii Chamber of Commerce; the Blood Bank of Hawaii; the Girl Scouts of Hawaii; the Hawaii Tax Foundation; the American Maritime Partnership; the Makaha Sons Foundation; the Hawaii Harbors Users Group, and; Ka Leo Hawaii Media.
Mr. Park is a graduate of Kamehameha Schools and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Lewis & Clark College.
Nelson K. Moku, III
Nelson K. Moku, III has been with American Savings Bank since 1995, serving in progressively responsible roles. Nelson has been in the Corporate Banking Department since 2006 and is currently a Vice President and Commercial Banking Officer. Nelson received a degree in business administration from Menlo College. He is a member of the ‘Iolani Alumni Association and serves on the boards of the St. Francis Healthcare Foundation of Hawaii, the Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce, the Native Hawaiian Revolving Loan Fund, and the Community Associations Institute, Hawaii Chapter.
Nelson and his wife, Jennifer have two daughters; Marisa and Ashlyn.