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Board of Directors

Lee D. Donohue, is the co-founder of the HPCF and its President, began his career with the Honolulu Police Department in 1964 and retired as its Chief after 40 years.
An alumnus of Chaminade University, he serves as Chair of the Athletic Department’s annual fundraiser, and is the President and co-founder of Kick Start Karate. He also serves on the boards of CrimeStoppers, the Hawai`i Supreme Court’s Judicial Council, and is Director of Security for Securitas USA.
Peter T. Kashiwa, HPCF Vice President, is a Partner and the former Managing Partner with Goodsill, Anderson, Quinn & Stifel, graduated from ‘Iolani School and the University of Hawai`i, the University of Washington, and the Willamette University College of Law. Peter is a member of the American Bar Association, the Hawai`i State Bar Association, and is past President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Hawai’i Chapter.
William F. Anonsen, HPCF Secretary, is the Managing Partner/Principal of The Maritime Group LLC. Bill comes from a long-line of professional mariners, spending his youth growing up around the ocean and on Hawaii’s waterfront, which has evolved into a lifelong passion. Bill has worked in the maritime industry for the past 40 years, engaged in all aspects of the industry. Bill currently serves as chair Hawaii Advisory Council on Emergency Management; Member of the Consular Corps of Hawaii; Trustee of the Coast Guard Foundation; appointed by U.S. Secretary of Commerce serving on the Hawaii Pacific Export Council and on the boards of the Marimed Foundation; Family Programs-Hawaii; Honolulu Firefighters Foundation; The 200 Club; and advisory boards for the United Nations-International Maritime Organization (IMO); U.S. Merchant Marine Affairs Committee, and various other community and industry organizations.
Daniel L. Sison, HPCF Treasurer, is a 1954 graduate of Roosevelt High School and the University of Hawai`i. He served with the Honolulu Police Department for almost 40 years, retiring in 1998 as a Major. A former part-time private investigator and manager of Pavsek & Associates, a legal investigative firm, he is one of the co-founders of the HPCF, chairs the Scholarship Committee and has served as the Treasurer since its inception.
Robert T. Guard is the Chairman and CEO of McCabe, Hamilton & Renny, the State’s oldest and largest stevedoring company. Born and raised in Hawaii, Tim is a graduate of Punahou School and received his BA in International Relations at the University of Southern California. He served as a commissioned officer in the US Navy receiving the Bronze Star and numerous other combat citations during his overseas combat billets in Vietnam. He is active in the community serving on the boards of the Manoa Valley Theatre, MARIMED, Hawaii Youth Challenge Academy Foundation, and the Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation. He is a member of the board of directors of the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, the Chamber’s Military Affairs Council, and a director of the Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies.
David I. Haverly, is the President of Haverly Commercial Real Estate (HCRE), a bouquet commercial real estate consultant firm that provides real estate services for a client base in excess of $3B in real estate. Prior to starting HCRE, David was the Senior Vice President for Alexander & Baldwin (A&B Properties) in charge of its real estate portfolio stretching from Kauai to Savannah, GA. David is a graduate of the University of Hawaii and sits on the Boards of Child and Family Service and the Sex Abuse Treatment Center.
Chester E. Hughes, is the Special Operations Director/Corporate Building Manager at Alexander & Baldwin (A&B). Prior to his employment at A&B, he worked at Kaneohe Ranch Management Ltd. and General Growth Properties at Victoria Ward. Chester started his career at the Honolulu Police Department and is also a graduate of the FBI National Academy. He retired as Assistance Chief in 1994. He has served on the Board of Directors of various community organizations, such as; Adult Friends of Youth, Hawaii Lupus Foundation and Crime Stoppers Honolulu.
Malcolm Inamine, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for the Hawaii Foodbank. He has been a long time Human Resource Professional and a passionate Community advocate. Malcolm graduated from Kaiser High School, and received his undergraduate and Executive MBA from the University of Hawaii. He has been an active member for the Society of Human Resource Management - Hawaii Chapter in many different capacities, Aloha United Way, a member of the UH Shidler College of Business MHRM Advisory Committee, and a dedicated supporter of many community service projects and endeavors. Malcolm has also taught at the University of Phoenix and is a former adjunct faculty for Leeward Community College Business Technology Division. He has helped coach AYSO Soccer and PAL Volleyball teams, and was an Assistant Coach in flag football, baseball and basketball for his children.
Sharon O. Inamine retired from the University of Phoenix after 16 years as Placement Coordinator, Seminar Facilitator and Faculty Supervisor. Previously she retired from the State Department of Education as a teacher and administrator with over 30 years of experience in Hawaii and Long Beach, California. She has been involved with H.P.D. as a JPO Advisor and D.A.R.E. trainer, serving for 15 summers. She is currently active with Delta Kappa Gamma, an international professional women educators’ organization, Retired Educational Ahuimanu Personnel (R.E.A.P.) and Retired Windward Administrators Group. She is busy traveling, taking care of her sister, doing after school care for her grandsons and participating in her gym classes.
Stephen E. K. Kaʻaʻa, is Senior Vice President and Area Manager at First Hawaiian Bank’s Waikiki branch, graduated from The Kamehameha Schools, Gonzaga University, and the Pacific Coast Banking School. He is the current President of Keiki O Ka Aina, Treasurer of the Hotel Lodging & Travel Association and the Waikiki Improvement Association, and board member of Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau.
Dave M. Kajihiro is a retired Deputy Chief of Police from the Honolulu Police Department after 31 years of service. He is currently the Director of Safety & Security at The Royal Hawaiian Resort. Dave was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. Is a graduate of Aiea High School and received a bachelor’s degree in Communications and Media from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He is also a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy. Dave is a member of the HPCF Scholarship Committee. He enjoys bowling, going to the beach, and watching University of Hawaii athletic events.
Alvin Katahara is the Director of External Affairs for the Office of the Governor for the State of Hawaii. He is responsible for assisting the Governor with his events, communications, and Neighbor Island Offices. He previously served as the Chief Marketing Officer and Director of Advancement for Saint Louis School, as Executive Director, UH Alumni Association, Executive Director for Na Koa, Director of Giving for Ahahui Koa Anuenue and Vice President of Alumni Relations at the UH Foundation. He currently serves on the Hawaii Bowl Executive Board and was a past member of the Hawaii Children’s Cancer Foundation Board. He is a graduate of the University of Hawai`i with degrees in marketing and management.
Victor T. Kimura, formerly the Vice President with Kyo-ya Management Company, Ltd. which represents ownership’s interest with 5 major hotels in the State of Hawaii, 4 of which are in Waikiki. Vic's 42 years in the hospitality industry has included development and operating hotels in Asia Pacific region. He is very active in supporting the local community with a focus on supporting the youth of Hawai`i, public safety and prevention programs.
Nola Donahue Lewis is the National Account Executive managing both the West Coast and Hawaii for the national recognized apparel company Affinity Apparel that specializes in image apparel for industry, helping businesses with innovative solutions with a notable prominence in award winning uniform fashion designing. A Kamehameha Schools and Kapiolani Community College graduate, she has been in the uniform industry since 1995 and recently received the highest national recognition given towards a uniform program, the NAUMD award, for her client Hawaiian Airlines. Nola was instrumental in founding Hoaloha Kai Montessori School in 2008 and served on its board. She joined the HPCF Board in 2010 and served for 2-years on the Pro Bowl committee.
Ron Nagasawa is the publisher of MidWeek, Hawaii’s best-read weekly newspaper. Besides MidWeek and Kaua’i Midweek, he also oversees four MidWeek Voice community newspapers; Millennial targeted Metro, MarineStar serving Marines and their families and manages the contracts to produce the Hawaii Army Weekly and the joint Navy and Air Force newspaper, Ho’okele. He is charged with the special section division of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, which includes Sunday restaurant guide Dining Out and home remodeling guide Hawaii Renovation. He is also the publisher of the urban automotive lifestyle newspaper, Street Pulse. Ron writes a humor column for MidWeek, called What’s Next? Also serves on the boards of the Hawaii Publishers Association, American Cancer Society Hawaii, and KAMP Hawaii.
Sean Oliver is the General Manager of Best Buy, where he has worked for the past 11 years.  Sean was born and raised in Honolulu in a family of six that were taught to embrace their Hawaiian heritage. He danced Hula during his younger years, sang with the Honolulu Boy Choir and attended school in Hawaii. As Sean advanced in his career in management he met his wife Sherilyn and they have been married for the past 12 years and have two beautiful girls Jenna (12) Keely (11).  Sean has always been involved in the community in various ways of volunteering or supporting causes that would help others through organizations that help find cures to helping those in need of assistance. For the past four years Sean has been a big supporter of St. Jude’s Children's Research Hospital, as he believes strongly in helping our future generation have the opportunity to have a successful and fulfilling life and future.
Gary Takata, of G.K. Takata & Associates CPA LLP, contributes his 40+ years of accounting experience in serving as an HPCF director. He is a graduate of Hilo High School, Honolulu Business College, and the University of Hawai`i. Gary is a member of the Hawai`i Society of Certified Public Accountants and the Hawai`i Association of Public Accountants, and also serves on the boards of the Honolulu Police Relief Association and the Honolulu Firefighters Foundation.
Lynne T. Waters  (Advisor-Consultant) is the Vice President for University Communications at the University of Texas at Arlington and founder of Lynne Waters Communications, a media and communications consulting company. Lynne is the former Associate Vice President for External Affairs and University Relations for the University of Hawaii and a TV news anchor, reporter and host of PBS’s long running “Dialogue” program. She is a graduate of Baylor University and the Pacific Century Fellows program and a member of the Association of Public Land-Grant Universities Council on Strategic Communications and served on the State of Hawaii Judicial Conduct Commission. She has won numerous awards throughout her career, including a Gavel Award from the American Bar Association, Excellence in Journalism Award from the Hawaii Medical Association and a prestigious screening of her PBS documentary series “Year of the Hawaiian” at the Hawai‘i International Film Festival.
Tina Yamaki, is the president of the nonprofit trade organization, Retail Merchants of Hawaii where she is responsible for the strategic direction of the organization and furthering the growth of the state's retail industry. Tina has over 20+ years of experience in nonprofit organization, with a background in governmental affairs and community relations, innovative brand management, sales and marketing, event planning and fundraising. Tina previously served as the director of business support at PBS Hawaii and prior to that served for 23 years as the executive director of the Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Association.