MAUI COUNTY SISTER CITIES FOUNDATION

 Sharing Aloha with the World

Leadership

Maui County Sister Cities Foundation is a volunteer group of  citizens who, with the support of local elected officials, create and maintain long-term relationships with people and organizations in foreign cities around the world.

 

Maui County Sister Cities Foundation became an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit membership organization in 2007, with a mandate to continue the work that local government began in 1964. Lead by a Board of Directors the organization promotes activities and programs that provide and facilitate communication, education, economic development, mutual understanding and aid between the people of the County of Maui and people of cities of other nations, including but not limited to: cultural, professional, technical, governmental, youth, and trade and commerce exchanges.

CURRENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS (January 2017 - December 2017)

Alexa Betts Basinger, Chair

Tiffany Iida, Vice-Chair

Joyce Naruse, Secretary

Virgil Viernes, Treasurer


Blossom Fietiera

Morris Haole

Warren Liu

Deidre Teagarden

Lois Whitney



ex  officio:

Herman Andaya

representing Maui County Mayor

Stephanie Ohigashi

representing U.H. Maui College Chancellor

Richard Minatoya

immediate past Chair

CURRENT COUNTY OF MAUI ELECTED OFFICIALS

 Alan Aralkawa, Mayor

Mike White, Council Chair

Robert Carroll, Council Vice-Chair

Alika Atay, Councilmember

Elle Cochran, Councilmember


Stacy Crivello, Councilmember Pro Tempore

Don S. Guzman, Councilmember

G. Riki Hokama, Councilmember

Kelly T. King, Councilmember

Yuki Lei Sugimura, Councilmember


VISIT THE MAUI COUNTY WEBSITE AT

http://co.maui.hi.us/