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Maui Nonprofit Directors Association Installs New Officers

December 8, 2016, 3:49 PM HST
* Updated December 8, 5:04 PM
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(L to R) Paul, Caroline, Sherri, Bevanne, Richard, Debbie, Laks and Cesar. Photo December 2016.

(L to R) Immediate Past-President Paul Tonnessen, Executive Director Friends of the Children’s Justice Center; member at-large Caroline Killhour, Executive Director Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center; Treasurer Sherri Dodson, CEO Habitat for Humanity; Vice President Bevanne Bowers, Executive Director Maui Mediation Services; Secretary Richard Carr, Deputy Director Habitat for Humanity; President Debbie Cabebe, Chief Operating Officer Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc.; member at-large Laks Abraham, Executive Director Maui United Way; and member at-large Cesar Gaxiola, Executive Director J Walter Cameron Center. Photo December 2016.

The Maui Nonprofit Directors Association gathered today for its annual holiday breakfast and board installation at the MEO offices in Wailuku.

Executive Assistant Mike Molina installed the officers on behalf of Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa.

2017 officers include:

  • Treasurer Sherri Dodson, CEO Habitat for Humanity,
  • Secretary Richard Carr, Deputy Director Habitat for Humanity,
  • Vice President Bevanne Bowers, Executive Director Maui Mediation Services,
  • President Debbie Cabebe, Chief Operating Officer Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc., and
  • Immediate Past-President Paul Tonnessen, Executive Director Friends of the Children’s Justice Center.
  • Members at-large are: Cesar Gaxiola, Executive Director J Walter Cameron Center, Caroline Killhour, Executive Director Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center, and Laks Abraham, Executive Director Maui United Way.

The Maui Nonprofit Directors Association represents more than 55 nonprofit organizations.  It’s purpose is to provide a venue for nonprofit executives to network, find support and opportunities for professional development.  Association members in attendance were asked to bring nonperishable food items to donate to the Food Bank as part of the event.

Members meet the second Thursday of every month at the MEO Family Center in Wailuku.  Networking begins at 8:30 a.m. and the meeting begins at 9 a.m. For more information visit the MNPD website at www.mauinonprofit.org.

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