Malcolm Inamine

Malcolm Inamine
Chief Operations Officer

Hawaii Foodbank, Inc.

Malcolm Inamine is Vice President/Chief Operations Officer for the Hawaii Foodbank. He has been with the organization for over four years and has served as the interim President. He has been a reputable Human Resource Professional and a passionate Community Advocate.  He has many years of Human Resource and Executive leadership experience. Malcolm graduated from Kaiser High School in East Honolulu, and received his undergraduate in Management/Human Resources along with a Certificate in Ethnic Studies and an 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, Hawaii Healthy Workplace Advisory committee, and Hawaii Compensation Group Program Committee.  He serves on the board for the Honolulu Police Community Foundation, Aloha Medical Mission, Friends of Iolani Palace and a dedicated supporter of many community service projects and endeavors.

Malcolm has also taught at Hawaii Pacific University, in the graduate program for the University of Phoenix and is a former adjunct faculty for Leeward Community College Business Technology Division. He also was an instructor for the Financial Education Alliance of Hawaii. Malcolm has in experience in many different industries including national and local retail, non-profit, automotive, financial (Credit Union), and education.

Malcolm is the founder/owner of a Professional Resume and HR Consulting Company called Way to Learn. He has helped coach AYSO Soccer and PAL Volleyball teams, and was an Assistant Coach in I-9 Flag Football, Aiea Little League baseball and KAC basketball for his children.  Malcolm stays active by playing in three volleyball leagues throughout the year and volunteering for many community service projects.