So much about Rachel Tina Horii ’87 Factor’s life has changed since she converted to Judaism, that it can almost be divided into a “before” and an “after.”
Some might say that Japanese pop star, fashion model and actress Sumire Matsubara ’09 was born to be an entertainer.
It’s safe to say that most Punahou alumni don’t have work obligations that take them to Tajikistan with colleagues from the United Nations, but Marcus Oda ’05 admits that he has always been “internationally focused.”
Named one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 social entrepreneurs in 2016, problem-solver Amara Humphry ’05 is creating technological tools to revolutionize education in the 21st century.
After selling his machine learning startup to Apple in 2014, high-tech entrepreneur Zak Stone ’00 is now pioneering the frontier of artificial intelligence at Google.
Best known as the co-founder, former chairman and CEO of American Online, Punahou Trustee Steve Case ’76 is a veteran entrepreneur, investor and pioneer of the web-based economy.
“Scaramucci has been fired!” Michelle Broder Van Dyke ’04 announces President Trump’s recent ousting of his communications director. Her dog, Kolea, sitting comfortably on a plush office chair nearby, perks up her ears.
The view from Denby Fawcett’s ’59 lanai never lets you forget where you are. To the west, the massive hull of Diamond Head rises overhead, while below, the waters off Black Point wash onto a rocky beach, reachable by foot.