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Chapter co-Chair

Cameron Sato was born and raised in Hawaiʻi Kai and is a graduate of Punahou School, the California Institute of Technology and the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa, where he serves as a mechanical engineering graduate research assistant. He is currently a legislative aid and community liaison to State Senator Stanley Chang, who represents Hawaiʻi Kai and other East Honolulu neighborhoods.

Chapter Co-Chair

Vacant.

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Co-Secretary

Will Caron was born in Honolulu but grew up in Kahaluu on Oʻahu's windward side. He is a graduate of ʻIolani School and the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa where edited the school newspaper, Ka Leo O Hawaiʻi. He is currently the editor of Summit, Hawaiʻi's global magazine of ideas, style and smart living, as well as the editor of The Hawaii Independent, a left-leaning political news blog. He is a member of the Palolo Neighborhood Board.

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Co-Secretary

Ross Villiger is a graduate student at the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa studying molecular biology and is currently co-secretary for YPDA Hawaiʻi. He is excited for the new year and what is in store for 2018 in terms of furthering progress and justice in our local and national community.

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Co-Treasurer

Grant Okazaki was born and raised in Kalihi, Oʻahu, and is a graduate of Moanalua High School and Chaminade University where he studied Mass Media Communications. He currently works at ʻOlelo Community Media in Mapunapuna. Interest in politics and the economy started at a young age. Growing up with a large family, it was necessary to fulfill everyone's needs with limited resources. 

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Co-Treasurer

Vacant.

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Economic Justice Action Committee Chair

Randy Gonce is a U.S. Air Force veteran and graduate of the Community College of the Air Force with an AA in mechanical and electrical systems, and of Hawaiʻi Pacific University with a BA in Applied Linguistics. He is currently a graduate student in HPU's Global Leadership in Sustainable Development program. He is employed as a policy researcher and legislative aide to Rep. Matt LoPresti and he serves on the Drug Policy Forum of Hawaiʻi and as a cannabis advocate for military veterans.

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Environmental Justice Action Committee Chair

Natalia Hussey-Burdick recently graduated from the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa with a BA in biology. Her focus is on connecting scientists with lawmakers, and she works with a variety of environmental and social justice organizations to promote positive change in Hawaiʻi.

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Social Justice Action Committee Chair

Will Caron also serves as interim Social Justice Action Committee chair after the previous chair had to step down due to time constraints. He has advocated for criminal justice reform, drug policy reform, policing reforms, compassionate and effective solutions to houselessness and for the rights of houseless people, and for women's rights and LGBTQ rights.

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At-Large Board Member

Flora Wang

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At-Large Board Member

Maile Murphy

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At-Large Board Member

Jeanne Kapela

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At-Large Board Member

Jillian Ulaʻokalani Glenn

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At-Large Board Member

Jun Shin

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At-Large Board Member

Vacant

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At-Large Board Member

Vacant

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At-Large Board Member

Vacant

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At-Large Board Member

Vacant

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At-Large Board Member

Vacant

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At-Large Board Member

Vacant