Chief Operating Officer, Girl Scouts of Hawaii
“As a young professional through the YP Program, I have had the opportunity to work with other like-minded peers as well as meet and network with seasoned executives. I am constantly working with new people, growing my network and enhancing my skill set.”
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Kimberly Morris is the Chief Operating Officer of the Girl Scouts of Hawaii. Kim previous served as the Director of Annual Giving at Chaminade University of Honolulu.
Prior to joining Chaminade University, she worked as the President of Junior Achievement of Hawaii becoming the youngest President in the 60 year history of Junior Achievement of Hawaii and the youngest appointed President over all 120 JA USA areas. At Junior Achievement of Hawaii, Kim was able to grow their program reach by adding new innovative high school programs and also by creating a district office in Kauai. She also worked for the Business Advocacy Department at the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii where she oversaw various legislative committees and coordinated the lobbying for numerous bills that affected the business community of Hawaii. She was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii and graduated from the University of Hawaii’s Shidler College of Business.
She currently serves on the Chamber Young Professionals Steering Committee as the Chair Elect, is a member of Junior League of Honolulu, and is on the Board of Directors of the Kalani Falcons Pop Warner Association as the Cheer Coordinator. Kim started the cheerleading program in 2008 and has been a cheerleading coach for the past 8 years where she has taken her team of youth cheerleaders to numerous national championships in Orlando, Florida and Las Vegas, Nevada. Kimberly has also been recognized as one of the 2014 40 under 40 recipients by Pacific Business News.
Senior Director of Alumni Engagement, Shidler College of Business, University of Hawaii at Manoa
“Joining the YP Program has not only been a rewarding and fun experience, but has provided me a myriad of resources and tools necessary to thrive in Hawaii as a professional. From participating in mentorship with C-suite executives, professional development and networking with YPs across various industries, the program has allowed me to cultivate meaningful professional and personal relationships, as well as deepen my understanding of the business scene in Honolulu.”
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Bianca Mordasini is senior director of alumni engagement for the Shidler College of Business at UH Mānoa. In this role she is responsible for building and sustaining relationships with alumni and graduating students of the Shidler College of Business by providing outreach and strategic engagement activity.
Before joining the UH Foundation, Mordasini served as the director of public relations and digital marketing at Trump International Hotel Waikiki where she was responsible for communication and advertising campaigns, brand management, digital platforms and community outreach. Before that, Bianca worked at the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii as the director of communications and marketing, and executive director of its Young Professionals Program. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in communications from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.
Bianca is a 200-hour registered yoga teacher and can be found teaching or practicing yoga outside of work, long-board surfing or making plans for the next international travel destination.
First Vice President, American Savings Bank
“The YP Program has been an excellent platform to network with other young professionals as well as Hawaii’s current business leaders. Connecting the next generation of leaders to the current ones, I believe, is crucial for the State’s success.”
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As an officer in American Saving Bank’s Corporate Banking department, Shelly manages a diverse mix of commercial banking relationships that is comprised of both local and national customers. He strives to “make banking easy” for his customers while providing excellent customer service. Structured and closed various loan products including but not limited to working capital financing, commercial real estate (both investor and owner occupied), business acquisition financing, equipment purchases, construction financing, temporary or bridge related financing, renewable energy and New Market Tax Credit financing. Shelly also facilitates and manages deposit/cash management relationships and any other banking services the customers desire. He joined American Savings Bank in March 2012. Prior to ASB, he worked at Bank of Hawaii within their Corporate Banking and Commercial Credit departments.
Treasurer, American Savings Bank
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Emi Au is the Senior Vice President and Director of Financial Planning & Analysis at American Savings Bank. In this role, she assists in the development of the company’s strategic plan, financial plan and identifies financial and strategic opportunities to improve the profitability of the organization. She has been in the financial services industry for over 10 years with senior roles also at Central Pacific Bank and First Hawaiian Bank. She has experience in budgeting, forecasting, profitability reporting, regulatory reporting, international accounting, Sarbanes-Oxley 404 controls, and capital adequacy stress testing. She is a certified public accountant by trade as she started her career in Hawaii at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.
Au serves on the Board of the YWCA Oahu and also serves as the Hawaii Regional Vice Chair of the U.S. Japan Council. She was a part of the inaugural class of the Patsy T. Mink Leadership Alliance in 2016 and has been named to Pacific Business New’s 40 Under 40 and Hawaii Business Magazine’s 20 for the Next 20. She is currently a member of Pacific Century Fellows.
Au holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Accounting Information Systems from the University of Southern California. She is also a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington’s Graduate School of Business where she received honors and her management thesis was published in the Banking School Library.
Social Media Marketing Manager, Central Pacific Bank
“The YP Program has provided me with a great opportunity to meet professionals from different industries and learn leadership skills through programs like Exec Connect and the Professional Development Classes. I would recommend this program to anyone looking to grow their network and meet great people.”
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Ayaka Hong is the Social Media Marketing Manager at Central Pacific Bank. In her role, she oversees the bank’s social media strategy and partnership efforts. She previously worked at the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii as the Director of Marketing and Events.
Hong is a proud graduate of the University of Oregon. During her spare time, she enjoys traveling, trying new restaurants, and spending time with her family and cat.
Director of Communications & Public Relations, ‘Iolani School
“The YP program provides a great platform to connect and network with like-minded, driven individuals. It’s a great opportunity to meet and learn from leaders in a variety of industries!”
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Senior Sales Manager, Hawaii Convention Center
“Being part of the YP Program has been instrumental in my professional growth. I have made very meaningful business connections through all of the networking opportunities and being able to learn insights and leadership skills from C-Level executives is invaluable.”
Learn More About Trevor
Trevor Newman is the senior Sales Manager at the Hawaii Convention Center, part of the ASM Global team. In this role, Trevor is primarily focused on managing accounts and events for the local market as well as customer database management. Prior to joining HCC, he worked at the Blaisdell Center & Waikiki Shell where he managed events and handled all marketing and promotions for the shows. Trevor is currently also serving on the Shidler Alumni Association board.
Born and raised in Oxnard, CA, Trevor moved to Hawaii in 2010. He is an alumnus of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from the Shidler College of Business.
In his spare time Trevor enjoys dabbling in photography, adventuring all around the island, and working with his fiancé on their upcycling candle company called Ignite Candle Bar.
Chelsie Castillo Noh
Exec Connect Chair
Director of Philanthropy, Advantage Webco Hawaii
“The YP program has opened the door to many unique learning opportunities with local businesses and executives. Through their programs I have been able to gain knowledge to help me level up in my career while broadening my professional network of peers. If anyone is looking for additional support outside of their day-to-day job, this is a great resource for young professionals in Hawaii.”
Learn More About Chelsie
Born and raised in Hawaii, Chelsie is the Director of Philanthropy at Advantage Webco Hawaii and oversees their charitable arm, The Webco Foundation. With a history of nonprofit work, she assists Webco with their community giving, scholarship program, annual events, and their internal corporate social responsibility program. Prior to Webco, Chelsie lead fundraising and major gift programs at Aloha United Way and Blue Planet Foundation.
With a background in Theatre and Performing Arts from the American and Musical Dramatic Academy, a conservatory college in New York City, she has a diverse resume with experience in retail management, commercial real estate, and marketing. Today, she continues her love for the arts through hula with Ka Pa Hula O Kauanoe O Waahila. She also serves on the Steering Committee for the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii’s Young Professionals Program as the Chair of the Exec Connect program and is a member of the Association or Fundraising Professionals, Aloha Chapter.
Mentor Hawaii Program Co-Chair
Enterprise Fraud Strategy Manager, American Savings Bank
“Joining the YP Program has provided me with opportunities to meet like-minded young professionals and enhance my network. I have found camaraderie and friendship, as well as motivation and inspiration within the connections I’ve made, and I am grateful for the exposure to the wider business community and executives from various industries. I have been given opportunities to work on professional and personal development, and look forward to continuing to learn and grow with this organization.”
Learn More About Nikki
Nikki Yamauchi is the Enterprise Fraud Strategy Manager at American Savings Bank, where she oversees strategic projects and process/procedure improvement in the bank’s enterprise-wide fraud area. She has worked in fraud, legal, and regulatory compliance in the local banking industry for the last six years. Nikki also has a background in project management at American Savings Bank, as well as at The Queen’s Health Systems. She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and currently sits on the board of the Honolulu Chapter of the Project Management Institute.
Prior to banking, Nikki worked as an attorney practicing commercial real estate. She holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law, and a Bachelors of Science in Economics and Philosophy from Loyola Marymount University in California.
When she’s not practicing yoga or doing crossfit, Nikki can be found eating, crocheting, and hanging out with her daughter, Noelle.
Mentor Hawaii Program Co-Chair
Enterprise Information Governance, Kamehameha Schools
“Being a YP member has been invaluable for my personal and professional development. The programs, resources, and access to leaders for connection and guidance are unmatched by any other organization, and the community of ambitious young professionals in Hawaii is incredibly motivating. This organization is a worthwhile investment with significant benefits and impact on individual members, the local community, and the state. I am proud to be part of a group that is making a positive difference and progressive strides for the next generation of leaders.”
Learn More About Alena
Alena Auyoung is part of the Enterprise Information Governance team, supporting Enterprise Information Management & Architecture, at Kamehameha Schools. In her role, she facilitates organizational decision-making through governance councils for data classification and COVID-19 data governance. She also stewards information governance policies, is her department’s representative on enterprise system projects, and is leading the relaunch of the organization’s arts governance program.
Previously, she was the Third-Party Relationships Program Manager in the Enterprise Risk department for American Savings Bank. She also gained experience as a Senior Audit Readiness Consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton, beginning in the Washington, DC area, and then moving to Hawaiʻi in September 2016. She began her career in June 2012 as an Analyst with Accenture Federal Services in Virginia.
In addition to her involvement with YP, Alena actively volunteers for the Hawaiʻi Symphony Orchestra. She is also a member of the Hawaiʻi Public Radio Generation Listen leadership team, and the 2022 Executive Vice President elect of the Honolulu Chinese Jaycees.
Alena graduated from Towson University with a bachelor’s in accounting, and completed the Pacific Forum’s Hawaiʻi Asia-Pacific Affairs Leadership Program in 2018.
Digital Marketing Specialist, Hawaiian Host Group
Realtor-Associate, Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties
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Will Yeh is a Realtor-Associate with Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties. He specializes in residential real estate and especially enjoys working with first-time home buyers. Prior to real estate, Will was a Pastor at Hawaii Ocean Church and was involved in church ministries for 10 years while living in Los Angeles. He ran the national ministry department and the national events department across 20 sister churches across America.
Will was born and raised in northern California and graduated from California State University Long Beach with a BA in Communication Studies emphasizing in debate and conflict management. He later got a Master of Ministry from Providence Seminary.
He currently serves on the Chamber Young Professionals Steering Committee as the Engagement Chair, is the Social Engagement Chair for the American Heart Association’s beat ELT committee, is a part of the social media committee on the Child and Family Services Guild, and is a board member of Dream House Inc. Will also teaches speech communication to the Japanese Chamber Cherry Blossom Festival contestants and the Chinese Chamber Narcissus Pageant contestants. Known for his signature yellow glasses, you can find Will on any given day cofficing at Ward Starbucks.
Professional Development Chair
Associate Counsel, American Savings Bank
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Jordan is an Associate Counsel at American Savings Bank. Previously, he was an attorney at Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel LLP, where he represented clients pertaining to business, labor, and employment matters.
In 2014, Jordan and his wife founded a nonprofit aimed at empowering tomorrow’s future difference makers in Hawaii. With the help of over a dozen volunteers and countless supporters, the nonprofit has awarded 24 scholarships, organized a couple mentorship programs, and hosted a number of leadership development events. Jordan also serves as the Board Secretary for the Susannah Wesley Community Center in Kalihi and is a past member of the Board of Managers of the Nuuanu YMCA.
Jordan is a proud graduate of Roosevelt High School, the University of Northern Colorado (B.A. Political Science), the Lewis & Clark Law School (J.D.), and the University of Hawaii at Manoa (M.B.A.). He enjoys running, reading, and being silly with his wife and son.
Area Manager, Enterprise Holdings
“The YP Program has allowed me to network with other like minded individuals who share the same desire of professional growth and creating long lasting local business contacts in an effort to shape the future of Hawai’i’s business landscape. We are the future leaders of the Hawaii business scene and this is such an exciting platform which sets us up to get handed the baton as we transition from one generation to the next.”
Learn More About Daniel
Daniel Gatewood is an Area Manager with Enterprise Holdings, operating Enterprise, Alamo and National Car Rental overseeing the Honolulu Market. He has a demonstrated history of working in the leisure, travel & tourism industry since joining Enterprise as a Management Trainee in 2006. He has proven success in Maui, Big Island and Oahu markets. He is accomplished in Sales, Cold Calling, Customer Satisfaction, Sales Operations, Management Development, Employee Retention and Customer Retention. Daniel graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)focused in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2005.
Daniel moved to Oahu in 2001 from the island of Guam, where he is from, after being recruited to play Division I men’s golf for the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He is a big believer in doing what he can to be a positive impact to our community. He currently serves as a Board of Director for Home Aid Hawaii and served two terms as a Board of Director for the Automotive Body and Paint Association of Hawaii. He is currently on his second year as a member of the YP Chamber of Commerce. Daniel has a wife and three young children who support and inspire him daily. He enjoys involving his family in various charity and volunteer efforts such as the HLTA Charity walk, Strides against Breast Cancer, beach cleanups and many more supportive activities.
Associate VP of Events & Programs, Chamber of Commerce Hawaii
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Tricia Fetui is the Associate VP of Events & Programs at the Chamber, and Executive Director of the Young Professionals Program. In her role, Fetui oversees the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii’s events and programs, along with the YP Program. She previously worked at the Aloha Council Boy Scouts Hawaii, Guam and America Samoa.
Fetui graduated from Hope International University in Fullerton, CA, where she played women’s volleyball.