PBS Hawaii's Board of Directors has welcomed a new member, Carolyn A. Berry of Honolulu, an influential backer of music and the arts and education in Hawaii.
Mrs. Berry is also a Chaminade University regent, board member (and former board chair) of the Honolulu Symphony, and a director of other nonprofit organizations as well.
She is the latest of 11 incoming board members of Hawaii's only public television station. See photos of board members at:
Other new members who are serving three-year terms are: Andrew Aoki, Co-founder and Principal, 3Point Consulting; singer and Na Hoku Hanohano Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Jimmy Borges; Keiki-Pua Dancil, Ph.D, Executive VP of Business Operations, Hawaii Chitopure; Robin Puanani Danner, founding President and CEO, Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement; Jason Fujimoto, VP and Director of Corporate Operations, Hawaii Planing Mill, Ltd.; Guy Fujimura, Secretary/Treasurer of ILWU Local 142; Joan Lee Husted, retired Executive Director, Hawaii State Teachers Association; Thomas Koide, Senior Executive VP, Bank of Hawaii; Cameron Nekota, Development Project Manager, Kapolei Property Development LLC; and David Watumull, President and CEO, Cardax Pharmaceuticals.
They join Board Chairman Neil Hannahs, Vice President Robert Alm, Treasurer Ronald Hansen, Secretary Rick Tsujimura, and other board directors Susan Eichor, Cheryl Hetherington, Alan Hoffman, Hokulani Holt-Padilla, Tim Johns, David Leonard, Bill Mills, Robert Ozaki, and Thomas Wellman.
PBS Hawaii Board directors are unpaid, serving this noncommercial public television station broadcasting throughout the state of Hawaii. PBS Hawaii's mission is to inspire, inform and entertain by providing high-quality programming and other services for our diverse island community. Major support of the station comes from the people and businesses of Hawaii.