ATP Class Reps
Click on any of the class tabs below to view the ATP Class Rep bios.
- CLASS OF 2019
- CLASS OF 2020
- CLASS OF 2021
- CLASS OF 2022
- CLASS OF 2023
- CLASS OF 2024
- CLASS OF 2025
- CLASS OF 2026
- CLASS OF 2027
- CLASS OF 2028
- CLASS OF 2029
- CLASS OF 2030
- CLASS OF 2031
Class of 2019
Aloha Class of 2019! My name is Kehau Haia, and I’m so honored to be one of your ATP reps for this upcoming Senior year.
I too am a proud graduate of Kamehameha Schools and I can’t begin to express the incredible gratitude and joy the day we received “the letter” accepting my son as a student, as well as a boarder!! Our lives changed forever – for the better!!
We relocated from Las Vegas (our home of 18 years) to Hawaii. It’s definitely been a challenge returning home, but I look at how my son has benefitted from the legacy provided by our beloved Princess, and realize it’s more than worth it. I truly believe our keiki have been given so many incredible opportunities as a student of Kamehameha, and I look forward to the memories and friendships that Senior year will bring to us as a class. From Senior Lū‘au to Song Contest, this year will undoubtedly be a busy one for us all. I’ve met many of our parents at previous year’s events and I look forward to meeting many more this year.
I would like to take this time to thank each and every one of you in advance for your support during this Senior year! Be sure to watch for our class email blasts from PAR every Wednesday.
To contact your ATP rep, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
IMUA Class of 2019!!
Welina mai nei Class of 2019!
I am Hōkū Cambra’s auntie and BIGGEST FAN! I look forward to supporting our senior class and enjoying every moment creating life long memories. Here’s to an amazing senior year…Imua Kamehameha!
To contact your ATP rep, you can email us at email@example.com
Class of 2020
Aloha! I am Mailelani Cox. My husband John and I have three children: Kody, a senior at Oregon State University, Taylor (KS 2020) and Toshi who attends Assets School (2021).
Although we are from Kaua’i, during the school year we call Kaka’ako home. Taylor was graciously blessed to attend KS in 2014 as a 7th grade boarder, so Toshi and I moved to Oahu so he could attend Assets School as a 6th grader. With all intents and purposes, the plan was to stay for his 6th, 7th and 8th grade years then move back home to Kaua’i where he would finish out high school while his “tita” would continue to be part of Princess Pauahi’s amazing legacy..and we all live happily ever after. Well. . . Lol!!!
While dad continues to hold down the fort on Kaua’i Monday through Friday, it’s safe to say Taylor will remain a “day student” and we’ll call both Oahu and Kaua’i home for next three years. Yay!!! Because now I look forward to working alongside Chad and Momi and the ‘ohana of our class of 2020 “Soldiers.” ‘A‘ole poina nā kānaka I ka nui lokomaika‘i ona. Mahalo Pauahi!!! #imuaksk2020
Trini, aka “Momi,” is married to retired HFD captain Glin Nelson and mother of three children: Sedona-Ariz or “Kale’a” (KS 2020) is a thoughtful, bold, energetic and self-reliant young woman. Twila Kawai, who holds a Bachelor’s in Social Work, works with parents and children at INPEACE. Kanaloa Kawai a skilled master carpenter and a put into play football coach at Wai’anae High School (Momi’s alma mater). She is also a “grammie” to Jordhan, (KS 2021) & Jaedhan Spencer and Elana Kawai.
Momi previously served as 2020 class parent for two years in middle school. She is a former Early Childhood Parent as teacher educator working with families on the West side and is working towards finishing her Business Administrative/Hawaiian Studies degree this fall. She is also a small business owner which markets and educates others about sustainable trending products.
She is looking forward to serving class of 2020 as an ATP class rep. More importantly, honoring and serving Ali‘i Pauahi in perpetuating her endowment vision. In her opinion, Pauahi was a model of “Aloha Aku, Aloha Mai” giving and sharing with aloha. She said, “If we emulate Pauahi’s characteristics, we will pākōlea our own family legacy of contributing Hawaiian children.”
Hence, a stronger life giving Lāhui o Hawai‘i.
Aloha, Chad Atkins here and this will be my first year as an ATP Rep for the Class of 2020. My lovely wife Larni and I are very grateful to live in Pu‘unui along with our three strapping young boys, Timothy, Nicolas, and Matthew.
I have been working in the construction industry for the last 17 years as an electrical designer, project manager, and estimator with a LEED AP designation. For the last 9 years, I have been with Boss Communication Technologies. I also work as an active real estate salesperson with Blue Ribbon Realty in my free time. Larni works as an assistant teacher at Pu‘uhale Elementary School in Kalihi.
Our oldest, Timothy, will be starting his first year at Kapi‘olani Community College. Nicolas has moved on from Paki and will start his Junior year up at Konia. He is a trumpet section leader and learning leadership skills in Kalalea. He also joined Concert Glee and is looking forward to an eventful year as he also will march in the 130th Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena California with the Hawaii All State Marching Band. Matthew will start his first year at Stevenson Middle School and will be taught by the same band teacher his older brothers had when they attended Stevenson.
A little about me: I love Larni and my boys very much. ‘Ohana is a very high priority for me. I really like coconut and dream about being an aviator someday. In the meantime, I work towards being an example as a man of God, and pledge to contribute all I can to support the Class of 2020 and hope the next two years will be dynamic and memorable for our haumana as they prepare for their new lives as good and industrious men and women.
Class of 2021
Aloha & Welcome Class of 2021 ‘Ohana!
Aloha! I’m Terry Visperas, dad to David “Nainoa” Visperas.
Thank you once again for this incredible opportunity to continue to serve as your co-ATP 2021 representative with Heather Stone-Kalani. This year we would like to mahalo and welcome Joe Awong, Jr. who will be joining us as the third 2021 ATP representative. Together, we are honored to continue the energy and work that other 2021 ATP representatives have contributed over the years. Our goal continues to be building long-lasting friendships, positive ‘OHANA experiences, and well-rounded teens. Together, we will fulfill the legacy of our beloved princess, PAUAHI.
We are blessed to be a part of this “AMA21NG” Class, and we extend a warm aloha and welcome to all of the new invitee’s that are joining the KS 2021 ‘ohana. Together we are 450 strong!
Please get involved! Mahalo in advance to all of the “AMA21NG” 2021 families for participating and volunteering. With your kokua, the new Sophomore class advisor, Abe Mokunui and our awesome class parents Lehua Watanabe-Emocling and Suzie Leong, it’s going to be another fun, busy and rewarding year!
Thank you for the opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Heather Stone-Kalani and my son, Bronson, is starting his second year at Kamehameha Kapālama. Our little ‘ohana consist of my husband, Ka‘aumoana, myself, Bronson (13), Uluhani (7), and Olivia (1).
My goal as an ATP rep is to create a welcoming environment for all of our 8th grade ‘ohana while developing bonds that our students can strengthen from now until their last days at Kamehameha.
Please always feel free to reach out to myself or Terry so we can all make this year a success for our keiki.
Joe Awong Jr.
Aloha! My name is Joe Awong Jr. and I am father to La‘akea. I have been active with his education and sports since he was at Punana Leo O Kawaiaha‘o. Having this opportunity to be an ATP Class Rep lets me continue supporting him as well as his classmates.
Class of 2022
Aloha! My name is Ka‘ulaaloha Santos and this will be my 4th year serving as an ATP Representative for the Class of 2022. My husband Rory-James (KS ʻ00) and I reside in Kapolei with our four beautiful keiki, Kobe-James Kahekili (KS ʻ22), Liam-Elias Kamana‘o (KS ʻ26), Elia-Teiah Manaia, & Joel-Silas Ka‘aiali‘ikoa.
Currently, I am a Kindergarten Educational Assistant at Ka Waihona o Ka Naau‘ao Public Charter School while attending school to receive my teaching credentials. I love being a part of childrenʻs lives and am very proud to play a role in their maturation.
When our schedules arenʻt packed with school, soccer, basketball, or coaching, we enjoy hiking, watching movies, and hanging out with each other. We, the Santos ‘ohana are honored and blessed to be a part of the Kamehameha ‘ohana and look forward to growing a strong bond with the classes of 2022 & 2026!
Mahalo ke Ali‘i Pauahi for the amazing opportunities that are made possible for the keiki of Hawai‘i.
I Mua 2022!
My son has been part of the class of 2022 since kindergarten, so it is hard to believe that they are starting high school! I’ve enjoyed getting to know students and their parents as our class has grown.
When they were in 7th grade, I was ATP rep with Ka‘ula, so I am excited to be serving with her again.
My husband and I are grateful to be raising our four children in Hawai‘i (even though only one is at Kamehameha…), and our hobbies mostly include trying to keep up with all of them and their activities!
I look forward to another successful school year!
Aloha. My name is Jo’el and this is my first year serving as an ATP Representative for the Class of 2022. Will and I are parents of four beautiful keiki: Jadelyn “Kealo” (KS ʻ22), Kapiʻo (Papa ʻEwalu), Kalei (Papa ʻEono) and Kalama (preschool). Transitioning from kaiapuni, we were thankful when Kealo was accepted into Kamehameha Schools in the 7th grade.
Besides being a full-time mom, I am a mail carrier and shop steward at the Pearl City post office. Between work and balancing various activities, a lot of our time is dedicated to our hula hālau. Hula is not only a past time that my children and I can share together, but it also keeps us rooted in our culture.
I am extremely thankful that Kealo is a haumana of Kamehameha Schools and I am blessed to be an ATP Representative for the Class of 2022!
I Mua WA22IORS!
Class of 2023
Aloha, my name is Denice and my son, Nicholas Ah Nee, and I have been graciously blessed to be a part of such a wonderful class. I am humbly honored and thankful for the privilege and opportunity to be an ATP Representative for the class of 2023. I look forward to representing our class along side our other amazing ATP Representatives and giving back to Ke Ali’i Pauahi for all that has been bestowed upon our children and our families.
Aloha, My name is Sarah Willing and I am honored to be one of your ATP reps for the class of 2023. We are very humbled to have both our daughters here at Kamehameha. Emma is the class of 2023 and Maya is the class of 2024. Princess Pauahi’s legacy has given my ‘ohana so many opportunities. Giving our time to ATP is a small way to say mahalo. We look forward to an awesome year!
Hi there! My name is Leanna Pacleb. My husband, Kenny, and I have three beautiful children, Mikah (2021), Kayven (KS 2023), and Kaiyah Ann (2025). Our family is incredibly blessed to have the opportunity to be a part of the Kamehameha ‘ohana and can’t wait to share in the memories to come.
I, along with Denice and Sarah, are looking forward to meeting you and are excited to enjoy the experiences while building lifelong relationship.
Let the journey begin…..
Class of 2024
Welcome to 7th Grade!!!
Where has the time gone?!? I can’t believe that the kids grew up in a flash and our class is already half way to graduation! With this new school year approaching I am excited to get to know all the new incoming families as well as continuing the relationships I have built over the years.
My husband (Po‘okela) and I have been blessed that Shyla has been able to be apart of Pauahi’s vision since kindergarten. We will also be welcoming our second daughter (Amia Rose) this fall. Family is very important to us and we would do anything for our daughters.
Over the years I have been a “behind the scenes” parent that would help out with anything our class needed. I am honored to be able to step out of the shadows and be apart of ATP this year with Jenn and Sarah. Together, we can’t wait to serve our 2024 ‘ohana!
Aloha Class of 2024! I am excited to be your ATP Class Rep with Jess and Sarah this year! We have big shoes to follow after a few awesome parents also once held these positions. We are poised and ready for the opportunity to provide you with meaningful and memorable family gatherings and look forward to working alongside you throughout the year.
Our beloved Pauahi has blessed each of us with the gift of this wonderful education and experience at the Kamehameha Schools. My daughters have been blessed to call this place home since kindergarten. I, on the other hand, not until 9th grade. But nonetheless, Kamehameha has become a very sentimental place for my ‘ohana and I hope you feel the same by the end of our school year.
Samantha has been blessed with Pauahi’s legacy since the 4th grade. I am honored to serve as your Class of 2024 ATP representative, as a small way of giving back. With the help of Jennifer and Jessica, we hope to bring our class together to build relationships and memories to last a lifetime.
We are children of a living legacy
Let us go forth together as one
Cleanse our hearts of God, revive us anew
Ho‘āla hou e Kamehameha.
Class of 2025
My name is Jolene Imada. My husband David and I have two daughters, Chloe (KS 2025) and Stella (KS 2024). We spend most of our time shuttling the kiddies to and from softball, soccer, ukulele and hula to name a few.
Sometimes I wonder why we jam pack ourselves with so many activities until I see the smiles on my kids’ faces and all the fun they are having. The joy they have makes me and husband happy and that is all that matters.
This will be our fifth school year as 2025 ATP reps. We have some new ideas for this year and hope you all can join us on the journey.
I Mua Kamehameha!
Aloha! My name is Jamie Tanoura. My husband Kristian and I have three children, Anuhea (KS ’19), Isaac (KS’23), and Trevor (KS’25). We are an active family and have a busy schedule with church, sports, school, and life, like most families.
After attending the kindergarten welcome event in 2010, we knew that we wanted to help other families feel as welcomed into the Kamehameha ‘ohana as we did. We began volunteering with the Class of 2023 and learned so much from those parent representatives.
I am truly honored to volunteer as parent representative for the Class of 2025.
Class of 2026
Christine (Ulu) Dash
Aloha ‘Ohana 2026!
I am Christine “Ulu” Dash (KS ’92) & I am blessed to be able to serve our class for a second year. My husband Mike (KS ’95) & I have two awesome boys, Dakota (KS 2026) and Drew (KS 2031). As co-ATP representative with Hanae Gouveia & Matt Alonzo, we look forward to continuing to strengthen relationships and creating memories for our keiki.
Aloha! My name is Hanae and this will be my third year serving as Class of 2026 ATP representative. My husband Keli‘i and I have two daughters, Camryn (KS 2026) and Cara (age 7). We keep ourselves busy with soccer, volleyball, hula, Tahitian, and spending time with family and friends!
The 2026 ATP team is looking forward to planning an awesome year of fellowship, service, and fun!
Class of 2027
Aloha! My name is Astrid D. Apo and my daughter is Makena. As an ATP representative, I will to have the opportunity to work closely with PAR and with all of you.
My primary goal is to improve communication and increase participation. By utilizing our shared talents, and openly sharing and discussing ideas, I truly believe that we can better serve our children, the school and the community.
Class of 2028
Aloha! My name is Alisa Onishi and I’m the proud mama of Callie Onishi (2028) and Colten Onishi (2031). My husband Brandon and I feel so blessed to be a part of the Kamehameha ‘ohana and look forward to serving you this year.
We reside in Kaneohe with our new pomsky puppy, Mochi. We love to go to the beach, the movies and absolutely love traveling (since I work at Hawaiian Airlines and it’s free!).
I am so excited to be a part of ATP this year and look forward to making some great memories together in third grade!
Class of 2029
Aloha! My name is Nuikalā and my son is Uahiapele. Our piko connects us to Makaha. We enjoy watching movies, reading books about interesting topics, and taking family trips to new places. I look forward to another great year serving as your ATP representative!
Aloha 2031 ‘Ohana,
My name is Christina Hambaro and it is a privilege and blessing to be our class ATP rep this year. My husband Joshua and I have four children: Kawailani (Marist NY Alumni), Jasmine (Sophomore Umass Amerist), Sage (4th grader at Adventist Malama) and Skye (KS 2031). We enjoying doing life together traveling, dancing hula, playing piano, and just making awesome memories.
Our team goal is to unite our kindergarteners to be friends that turned into family. I am looking forward to planning a fulfilled and exciting year.