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UHPA 2019 NEWLY ELECTED DIRECTORS & OFFICERS
On Saturday, April 27, 2019 the UHPA Board of Directors met and welcomed eight newly elected and two re-elected Board members from across Hawai‘i .
Elected to represent their campus for three-year terms are:
- Samuel Giordanengo, Associate Professor of History, representing Hawaii Community College.
- Jeffrey Mexia, Assistant Professor in English, representing Kauai Community College.
- Karla Hayashi, Director of Kilohana, representing the University of Hawaii at Hilo.
- Daniel Harris-McCoy, Associate Professor of Language & Literature of Europe and Americas, representing the University of Hawaii at Mānoa.
- Akihiko Masuda (re-elected), Associate Professor of Psychology, representing the University of Hawaii at Mānoa.
- Erik Guentner, Professor of Mathematics, representing the University of Hawaii at Mānoa.
- Glenn Teves (re-elected), Assistant Extension Agent of CTAHR Maui County, representing the University of Hawaii at Mānoa.
- Nathaniel Hartmann, Associate Professor of Marketing, representing the University of Hawaii at Mānoa.
Elected to represent their campus for one-year terms are:
- Norman Takeya, Assistant Professor of Architectural, Engineering & CAD Tech, representing Honolulu Community College.
- Jason Higa, Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Biochemistry & Physiology, representing the University of Hawaii at Mānoa.
Lynne Wilkens, President of UHPA, conducted the meeting as her final act as President. The last item on the agenda was the election of new officers for the UHPA Executive Committee. Congratulations to:
- President: Ashley Maynard, UH-Mānoa
- Vice President: Karla Hayashi, UH-Hilo
- Secretary: John Casken, UH-Mānoa
- Treasurer: Tom Apple, UH-Mānoa
- Members-at-Large: Erik Guentner (UH-Mānoa), Jeffrey Mexia (Kauai CC), Glenn Teves (UH-Mānoa)