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Directors

There are currently five members serving on the Foundation’s Board of Directors:

HansHANS BERTRAM-NOTHNAGEL

Like the Foundation’s benefactor, Helga Glaesel-Hollenback, Hans is of German origin. Starting in the late 1970s, Hans advised Helga on legal matters in the US, and he has served on the Foundation’s Board since its inception in 1990. Until Helga’s death in 1997, he did so together with her and, from the very beginning, has helped to realize Helga’s vision for the Foundation’s work and its future. Based on that experience, Hans observes,

Helga’s focus on the results she wanted to achieve through the Foundation’s grantmaking, combined with her warmth and humanity, have set high standards for the Foundation, that we endeavor to live up to.

Born in Munich, Germany, Hans’s professional career from 1973 until his retirement at the end of 2008 was devoted to the practice of law, predominantly in international finance transactions, with the firm of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, New York, New York.


 

WayneWAYNE M. PITLUCK

Beginning in the early 1990s, Wayne was Hawaiʻi legal counsel for the Foundation’s benefactor, Helga Glaesel-Hollenback, and worked with her and Hans in implementing the Foundation’s activities.  Following Helga’s death in 1997, Wayne joined the Foundation’s Board. As a forty year resident of Hawaiʻi, Wayne shared the respect Helga had for the conditions, issues, culture and traditions in Hawaiʻi that, in accordance with her wishes, have been, and will continue to be, important in carrying out the Foundation’s grantmaking in Hawaiʻi.

Although Helga did not live in Hawaiʻi for a great number of years, she exhibited the true spirit of aloha with her warmth and her love and respect for Hawaiian culture and for the people of Hawaiʻi, placing a deep responsibility on me, as a member of the Board, to live up to her vision for the Foundation.

Wayne was a practicing attorney from 1965 until his retirement in 2009, specializing in antitrust law, trade association law, and providing risk reduction services for clients in business and real estate.  Wayne was the founding partner of the law firm Pitluck Kido & Aipa, LLP, in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi.

 

JanisJANIS A. REISCHMANN

The Foundation’s Executive Director, Janis Reischmann, was asked to join the Foundation board in 2011.  Her bio can be found on the “Staff” page of this website.

 

 

JamesJAMES KOSHIBA

James was elected to begin his service on the Foundation board on November 1, 2014.  He is a nonprofit entrepreneur, community organizer and writer who was born and raised in Hawaiʻi.  He has worked with nonprofit organizations and social enterprises in a variety of roles including as an investor, consultant, volunteer and executive. He believes Hawaiʻi can offer valuable lessons for humanity, particularly in the way island communities embrace diverse cultures, are informed by ancestry, and maintain a relationship with the natural environment.

 

KyleeKYLEE PŌMAIKAʻI MAR

Kylee Pōmaikaʻi Mar joined the Hauʻoli Mau Loa Foundation Board on June 1, 2016.  Her lifeʻs work is steeped in the daily gifts from our pae ʻāina and the deep kuleana we all share in what makes Hawaiʻi one of the most special places on the planet.

Employed by Punahou School, her work encompasses a breadth and depth that includes Hawaiʻi and Punahou history as the school archivist and her passion for education in Hawaiʻi through authentic and mutual partnerships with the Hawaiʻi State Department of Education as the Assistant Director of the PUEO Program.  She is an active volunteer with the Protect Kahoʻolawe ʻOhana, Hakipuʻu Learning Center: a Native Hawaiian-focused public charter school, Polynesian Voyaging Society and the Center for Asian Pacific American Women.