Leadership Development Through Community Service

Category: Individual Development

  • 2020 RPJ Officers Elected

    RPJ members elected the chapter’s 2020 board of directors at the November General Membership Meeting (GMM) at Max’s of Manila. Past RPJ President (2016) and 2019 Treasurer Erica Lee presided over the election. Here are the results from the elections: 2020 RPJ Chapter President Saron Pin (nominated by Kevan Mau) 2020 Treasurer Kerry Yamamoto (nominated […]

  • JCI Hawaii 2019 State Board of Directors Meeting

    On October 20th, 2019 three of our board members attended the Annual State Board meeting.  Accompanying the board members was past State President Eve Epitome whom currently works closely with the board as an advisor. Past State President and current JCI USA National Vice President Nate Martin also came to support and spoke about JCI […]

  • September 2019 General Membership Meeting

    RPJ’s monthly General Membership Meeting saw many new faces learn about the chapter as members learned about and voted on the various school projects vying for support from this year’s Spikes for Tykes Tournament. The meeting was held Sunday, September 15 at Ward Center’s Piggy Smalls restaurant. Many thanks to owner/chef Alex Le for hosting […]

  • RPJ Bids for JCI Hawaii 2020 Year-End Convention

    Planning underway for next year’s convention At last Sunday’s (June 2, 2019) JCI Hawaii 1st Trimester Meeting, a delegation from the chapter presented its bid for the 2020 Year-End Convention. The enthusiastic presenters laid out the logistics for the three-day event to be held January 10-12, 2020. The Year-End Convention is meant to celebrate the […]

  • 2019 Begins With “Rising Together” – RPJ’s Awards and Installation Luncheon

    2019 Begins With “Rising Together” – RPJ’s Awards and Installation Luncheon

    President Kevan Mau’s new theme. “Rising Together” We kick start the year with our Awards and Installation Luncheon at Gyotaku Japanese Restaurant on King Street. NVP/Senator Nathan Martin emcee the event. As for recognition, we would like to congratulate Kerry Yamamoto, who is our newest member for the chapter. Secondly, we inducted the new 2019 […]