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         Matthew Stubenberg
Tanja Janfruechte
Maurice Copeland
Matthew Stubenberg is the first innovator in residence at University of Hawai‘i’s William S. Richardson School of Law. Over the next two years, he will work with faculty, students and staff to take on technology and justice projects. Stubenberg is also director of legal technology at Harvard Law School’s Access to Justice A2J Lab.
Tanja Janfruechte joins Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum’s board of directors. Janfruechte is CEO and president of Pacific Air Cargo. She was previously corporate vice president. Pacific Air Cargo has served as an invaluable partner to Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, having transported equipment in support of its operations on numerous occasions.
Maurice Copeland is director of food and beverages at The LineUp at Wai Kai. A 30-year veteran of the food and beverage industry, he will oversee food and beverage strategies and restaurant operations for The LineUp’s culinary outposts. He previously held leadership positions at The Modern Honolulu, Hilton Hawaiian Village and Turtle Bay Resort.
Patti Tancayo Barbee
Oliver Gaskell
Shelee Kimura
Patti Tancayo Barbee is president and CEO of the Hawaiian Community Development Board. She had been senior vice president for more than 20 years and replaces outgoing president Kali Watson. She is currently collaborating with the King Lunalilo Trust to build 10 affordable housing projects for kūpuna throughout the state.
Oliver Gaskell is senior project manager and associate principal at planning and landscape architecture firm HHF Planners. He had a key role on territory-wide facility master plans for American Samoa and Guam, and Complete Streets projects on O‘ahu and Maui. He is director-at-large for the American Planning Association Hawai‘i Chapter.
Shelee Kimura has been appointed to the board of trustees for Mid-Pacific Institute. Kimura, who is president and CEO of Hawaiian Electric, is a parent and alumnus parent of Mid-Pacific students. She will provide practical, philosophical and philanthropic leadership to support and grow the school’s vibrant and innovative community.
Compiled by Karen Iwamoto,
       Mahalo to all of Hawaii’s nurses
Nursing is more than a career — as a nurse, you innovate, teach, lead, and heal.
During Nurses Month, we recognize the more than 1,400 Kaiser Permanente nurses in Hawaii who are on the front lines daily keeping our members safe with a calm, caring, and compassionate touch.
Mahalo for all that you do, and for all that is you.

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