Punahou Alumni Association
The Punahou Alumni Association (PAA) is a private nonprofit organization that exists to organize and participate in educational, social, and cultural programs that reach, connect and engage the Punahou Alumni community while supporting the core mission of Punahou School.
PAA is a private nonprofit organization, which works closely with Punahou School and the Office of Alumni Relations. The association was officially founded in 1906, though informal alumni meetings are documented as early as 1864. It has an elected Board of Directors through which its activities and services to alumni and the School are realized.
Membership is Automatic
Anyone who attended Punahou for at least one semester is already considered a member. There are no annual membership dues. Members need not have graduated from Punahou School, but must be part of a class year that has already graduated. Punahou Summer School alone does not qualify for membership.
- Leeanne Jim ’87 Phillips, President
- Denise Eldredge Sagapolutele ’91, President-Elect
- Stephanie Chun ’97 Nomura, First Vice President
- Chris Abbott ’99, Second Vice President
- David Akinaka ’88, Secretary
- Kent Kasaoka ’94, Treasurer
- Colleen Maeda ’85 Bird
- Lyle Fujikawa ’86
- Malcolm Leong ’88
- Debbie Ng-Furuhashi ’87
- Claire Schiff ’05 Thompson
- Laura Ing ’71 Baker, Past President
Notice of Annual Meeting
The annual meeting of the membership of the Punahou Alumni Association will be held on Tuesday, June 4, 2019, at 5:15 p.m., at the President’s Pavilion on the Punahou campus. At the annual meeting, the 2018 - 2019 officers and directors will be elected, reports will be provided on the programs and finances of the Association, and our 2019 alumni award winners will be recognized and honored. If you have any questions, please contact Doug Rigg, Director of Alumni Relations, at 808.944.5740.