American College of Healthcare Executives
Winter 2012
In This Issue

Hawaii/Pacific Regent's Message
Letter From the President
Past President's Remarks
Hawaii Pacific Chapter of ACHE 2012 Leadership
ACHE Chairman Speaks at Hawaii Breakfast Meeting
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Chapter Officers

Kevin Roberts, FACHE

Stan Berry, FACHE  

Jen Chahanovich, FACHE 

CHAIR, Guam Local Program Council
Albert Gurusamy

Christi Keliipio

Lance Segawa, FACHE

Bobbie Ornellas

Gertie Francoise

Charlotte Hildebrand

Joann Reid

Phillip "Spike" Jones, FACHE

Kevin Roberts, FACHE

Maria Kostylo
Past President's Remarks
Stan Berry, FACHE

  Jen Chahanovich, FACHE, President and

  Stan Berry, FACHE, Past President

I thoroughly enjoyed serving as our chapter's president this past year because I had great support from both our local chapter board members and our colleagues at ACHE Headquarters in Chicago. Kevin Roberts was once again an enthusiastic Regent and I also liked interacting with many of our members here in Hawaii and in Guam. Working with our group of dedicated professionals and talented leaders re-affirmed my belief that ACHE membership opens the door to many opportunities, including ongoing education, personal and professional development, networking, career advancement and professional recognition. Now that the chapter leadership baton has been passed to Jen Chahanovich, FACHE, I am looking forward to an outstanding year of chapter educational and networking events and the expansion of its membership. Mahalo, Stan



2011 was a positive financial year for the chapter. We started the year with a balance of $10,623. Thanks to the generosity of our organizational partners, we received $9,000 in corporate sponsorhsips. In addition, we received a membership rebate check from ACHE totalling $3,082. Chapter activity expenses for the year totaled $6,543, leaving a carry over balance of $16,846 for 2012.


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