Sister M. Davilyn Ah Chick, Chair Emeritus
Sister Davilyn Ah Chick, Chair Emeritus, 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.
Dr. Lynn Babington
Dr. Lynn Babington is the 10th president of Chaminade University of Honolulu. Since being named its president in 2017, Babington has led Chaminade in its expansion of its undergraduate, graduate, and community programs. She is a member of the Hawaii Business Roundtable, is on the Pacific Asian American Council board, the Girl Scouts Hawaii Board and participates in the Rotary Club of Honolulu. Babington was also health care leader and consultant, and from 1999 to 2003, she served as director of clinical programs and then CEO at Health Services Partnership in Massachusetts. She has led nursing departments at hospitals in Seattle and San Francisco and was selected as a Fulbright Scholar and a Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow. Babington earned her doctoral degree in nursing from the University of Washington.
Jason Chang is the President, The Queen’s Medical Center & Chief Operating
Officer of The Queen’s Health Systems and The Queen’s Medical Center. Jason
has over 14 years of experience in executive administration working in both forprofit and not-for-profit hospitals based around California, Texas and now Hawaii.
During his career, Jason has developed a medical foundation to employ physicians,
created the Texas Health Plan, built hospitals and ambulatory facilities. Prior to
Hawaii, he worked for Universal Health Services, serving as the CEO of McAllen
Heart Hospital and McAllen Medical Center located in southern Texas.
Michael Erne, Director Emeritus
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.
Art Gladstone, RN, FACHE
Art Gladstone was appointed executive vice president and chief strategy officer of Hawai‘i Pacific Health in January 2020, where he focuses on company-wide strategic planning and other initiatives for Hawai‘i Pacific Health, including joint venture partnerships and new business development opportunities that reinforce the company’s overall mission to create a healthier Hawai‘i. He also oversees marketing, government relations and community affairs for the organization. Prior to this role, Mr. Gladstone served as chief executive officer of Pali Momi Medical Center and Straub Medical Center. He also served as the chief nurse executive for Hawai‘i Pacific Health. Mr. Gladstone holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing, a master’s degree in business administration and is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. An active member in the community, he serves on a number of boards and is the chair for Healthcare Association of Hawai‘i.
Sister Francis Regis Hadano, Director Emeritus
Sister Francis Regis Hadano is a member of the Sisters of St. Francis
of the Neumann Communities. She received a Bachelor of Education
from Dayton University (Chaminade Campus) and her Master in
Education and Administration from the University of Hawaii.
Anne I. W. Keamo
Anne Keamo has been a realtor since September 23, 1973 and has held many significant positions. She presently is Vice President of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties. In May 17, 1984 was Broker/Owner and President of Properties Unlimited for 27 years and in 2003 was the President of the Honolulu Board of Realtors of over 4,000 members. Anne is a graduate of Kamehameha Schools and Chaminade University with a BA in English and minor in Elementary Education. Anne also obtained her Masters in Korea with Body & Brain Yoga. She has been married 51 years to Walter Keamo.
David A. Kwock, Director Emeritus
David 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 on commercial and business-related matters.
Howard Lee is President and CEO of UHA Health Insurance. He also serves as Chair of the Hawaii Health at Work Alliance, a Director of the Hawaii Association of Health Plans, Director of the Hawaii Division of the American Heart Association and Chair of the March of Dimes Hawaii Chapter and Trustee at Mid-Pacific Institute. Lee was born and raised in Hawaii and graduated from James B. Castle High School and the University of Hawaii,
where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting.
After his professional career as a singer/songwriter traveling to almost 40 countries selling over 7 million records, recording eight albums, almost twenty music videos and writing over 200 songs, Dr. Glenn Medeiros started the path to his childhood dream of being an educator. He received his BA in History/Humanities from the University of Hawaii, MS degree in Elementary Education from the University of Phoenix and then his doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Southern California in 2014. He held various positions ranging from teacher in Elementary and High Schools to Assistant Professor at Chaminade University. Dr. Medeiros is now in his fifth year as President at Saint Louis School.
Glenn Pang, MD
Dr. Glenn Pang retired in February 2018 after 35 years in practice as a gastroenterologist. Dr. Pang serves on the Boards of Lin Yee Chung Association, United Chinese Society and is the chairman of the nonprofit Waianae CARE. He received his medical degree from University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine and holds degrees in psychology and pharmacology.
Ku’uhaku Park is currently the Vice President of Government and Community Relations for Matson. He is a member of the boards of directors for the Institute for Human Services, Hawaii Chamber of Commerce, Blood Bank of Hawaii as well as chair of the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii’s $12 million capital campaign. Ku’uhaku is a graduate of Kamehameha Schools and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Lewis & Clark College.
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 cofounding SH Consulting, he oversaw 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.
Arnold Wong is Director of Government Affairs for Ironworkers Union Stabilization Fund, Local 625. Arnold lobbies federal, state and county executive and legislative branches of government. He serves as a Trustee of the Ironworkers Union Trust Fund and on the Land Use Commission. He is head Judo Coach for Pac-5 and an Eagle Scout with the Boy Scouts of America. Arnold holds a Master degree in Human Resource Management from Hawaii Pacific University.
Tom Zizzi is an attorney who is passionate about serving the people on the Leeward Coast of Oahu. Tom received his BA from Hobart College in Geneva, New York, his MBA from the University of Rochester, New York and then his JD from the University of Hawaii. He is a lifetime member of the Waianae Hawaiian Civic Club, is a special consultant to the Nanakuli Housing Corporation and volunteers with the Leeward Coast Habitat for Humanity. Tom has extensive experience in property management, leasing and Investment Real Estate and 18 years’ experience with Citigroup, New York City.
Michelle Cordero-Lee is currently the CEO of Hawai’i Meals on Wheels (HMoW). Hawai’i Meals on Wheel provides a hot, home-delivered meal service for frail elderly and disabled persons who were unable to cook or shop for themselves. HMoW serves over 100,000 meals annually throughout all of Oahu. Ms. Cordero-Lee has over 20 years of nonprofit management experience working in Los Angeles and Washington, DC. Prior to Hawaii Meals on Wheels, she was previously the VP of Development at Aviva Family and Children’s Services, a $20 million mental health organization for children and families throughout Los Angeles. She began her nonprofit management career working in Washington D.C. as a supervisor at the D.C. Superior Court Domestic Violence Intake Center. She is an ʻIolani School alumna and graduate of University of Southern California. She received a law degree from American University, Washington College of Law in Washington, DC.
Mark Yamakawa is the President and CEO of Hawaii Dental Service, responsible for improving the oral health of our community by increasing access and affordability to dental care through Hawaii’s largest dental benefit plan (Delta Dental affiliate). Includes HDS Foundation which provides grants to non-profit dental and educational organizations. Mr. Yamakawa has executive level experience in local health care for over 30 years leading non-profit mission-based organizations. He has extensive experience managing healthcare for commercially insured, Medicare, Medicaid, and uninsured patients and relevant experience in diverse real estate portfolio and endowment stewardship supporting health care operations. In addition to experience in healthcare, he has significant community involvement in non-profit organizations related to improving community health in geographic and underserved populations.
Ivan Lui-Kwan is a Director at Starn O’Toole Marcus & Fisher, a Law Corporation. A Native Hawaiian, Mr. Lui-Kwan is managing member of Hokukahu, LLC. Hokukahu is the for profit subsidiary of Hokupili Foundation, the native Hawaiian nonprofit organization which serves approximately 60,000 residents of the Hawaiian Homelands communities in Hawaii. Hokupili’s mission is to create economic opportunity and capacity building for native Hawaiians. Current community activities include Kahuna Laau Lapaau, Kupuna Council of Traditional Native Hawaiian Healers of Dr. Agnes Kalanihookaha Cope Native Hawaiian Traditional Healing Center Vice-Chairman, American Judicature Society and St. Andrew’s Priory School Board of Trustees. Mr. Lui-Kwan is married to Frances, sole Principal, Wealth Management CPA’s, LLC He is a graduate of St. Joseph High School in Hilo, Hawaii and graduated with a law degree from Rutgers University Law School and a Masters Degree in International Relations from Rutgers University Graduate School.