ATP Class Reps
Click on any of the class tabs below to view the ATP Class Rep bios.
- CLASS OF 2017
- CLASS OF 2018
- 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 2017
Maybellina “May” Sniffen
My name is May Sniffen. My husband Allan and I have three daughters, Jesslin (KS 2012), Jewelee (KS 2017), and Jaenie (9 years old).
I am an Administrative Assistant at Trinity Lutheran School in Wahiawa and have served for many years on several parent boards and have volunteered countless hours at all of my children’s schools.
We value the quality Christian education that Kamehameha offers its students and will strive to support their goals and needs. I look forward to working with all of you to make this Senior Class a great year for our students, staff and families.
Lori & Dwayne Lopes
Class of 2018
Michelle (Shelle) & Gerald Andrade
Michelle (KS ’85) along with husband Gerald (KS ATP President) is mother to son, Makana Andrade (KS 2018). She has been involved in ATP for over six years and has served as a Ho’olaule’a chair for three years.
Michelle has enjoyed a long career in the food distribution industry and is currently an Inventory Control manager at HFM Food Service.
Outside of work, Michelle enjoys basketball and has been involved in the Kamehameha’s girls’ basketball program for the past 20 years.
As an ATP rep, Michelle “wants to make sure there is communication between the parents and school and hopes to inspire parents to continue to be involved in the community and their children’s lives here at Kamehameha.”
Lisa Tilton (KS ’91) and her husband Keli‘i Tilton have two children, Kahua (KS 2018) and Kia‘i. Lisa is humbled and honored to be an ATP rep for the class of 2018. She is looking forward to working with the students, teachers and parents to ensure the experience at Kamehameha is positive and memorable. Let the journey begin!!
Class of 2019
Aloha! I am very happy and humbled to be a part of the KSK Class of 2019 ‘ohana and to serve as parent representatives.
My wife Kristie and I have two children, Tehani (KS 2019) and Logan (KS 2021) and a dog, Junior (Class of 2021 and 84 years old in dog years!). Kristie enjoys her work as a counselor at Kapi‘olani Community College and I love my job as a firefighter with the Honolulu Fire Department.
This year will bring many new experiences and changes for us all as our children begin the exciting time of high school as Freshmen! This year and each year of high school will surely fly by. Let’s continue to learn and grow together with our keiki during this time and as a class ‘ohana! We hope to provide opportunities to build our class community and relationships while also having fun. I look forward to our journey together!
Class of 2020
Aloha! I’m Renee Arita and this is my second year serving as an ATP representative. I reside in Mililani with my husband Randall and three sons: Lokahi (KS ’99), Kamaha‘o Arita (KS 2018), and Kaipoka‘i Arita (KS 2020), as well as two beautiful grandchildren Po‘okela and Arianni. Most of our family time is spent at baseball fields and basketball courts. We really cherish our ‘ohana time at the beach, camping and racing go carts.
I am looking forward to a great year ahead meeting all the students and their ‘ohana at our events. Please come out and join us to make wonderful memories with our keiki!
Aloha, my name is Kanani Akina-Lee and this is my first year as an ATP Representative.
I was born and raised in Wailuku. My husband, Lloyd, was born and raised in Hilo. We live in the beautiful and lush Kaneohe. We have two very different children, Ashley (KS 2016) and Bailey (KS 2020),that have kept us very busy throughout the years.
We are fortunate and blessed to be a part of the KS ‘ohana. We are excited to meet the families of the class of 2020 and look forward to all the memories we will be making in the years to come.
Class of 2021
Imua! I’m humbled to support the Kamehameha class of 2021. I’m honored to continue the energy and work that other 2021 ATP representatives have contributed over the years. I’m confident we will continue to build long-lasting friendships, positive experiences, and well-rounded teens. Together, we will fulfill the legacy of our beloved princess, PAUAHI…all in UNITY!
Aloha! I’m Terry Visperas, dad to David “Nainoa” Visperas. I’m excited to serve as your ATP 2021 representative.
Like many of you, Nainoa and I are HUGE University of Hawaii Rainbow Warrior Fans, we love basketball, and we can never have enough quality family time and long weekends.
Our ‘ohana is blessed to be part of this amazing class, and I extend a warm aloha and welcome to every new family joining the KS 2021 ‘ohana.
Get involved! Mahalo in advance to all the 2021 families for participating and volunteering. With your kokua, we WILL continue the positive synergy in supporting our young teens. I look forward to meeting you!
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.
Class of 2022
Amalie is a 2002 alum and is excited to be giving back to the school as an ATP rep. This is her first year as a rep and she looks forward to promoting class spirit and unity this school year.
Amalie is a mother of four (ages 12, 10, 6, and 3), with her oldest son Kanoa belonging to the class of 2022! When she’s not driving kids to activities, Amalie enjoys teaching piano out of her Kapolei home.
She looks forward to getting to meet every family of this wonderful class.
Aloha! My name is Ka‘ula Santos and this will be my first 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, Elia-Teiah Manaia, & Joel-Silas Ka‘aiali‘ikoa.
Currently, I am an 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, football, basketball, or coaching, we enjoy hiking, watching movies, and hanging out with each other. We, the Santos ʻohana are honored and blessed to be a part of the Kamehameha ‘ohana and look forward to growing a strong bond with the class of 2022!
Mahalo ke Ali‘i Pauahi for the amazing opportunities that are made possible for the keiki of Hawai‘i.
I Mua 2022!
Class of 2023
I am married to Eddie Ontai (KS ’87) and we have four kids; Daniel (KS 2023), Marlee (age 8), Raymee (age 5) and Andrew (age 2).
We are looking forward to a great 5th grade year and are excited for all the activities to come. We especially want to extend a huge welcome to all the newest families of our KS 2023 ‘ohana. Mahalo to all the families for getting involved, participating and volunteering…with your help we can make this an unforgettable and amazing year for our keiki.
Aloha, my name is Tracy Kaoihana. I am honored to be one of three ATP reps for the Class of 2023. My daughter is Taylor (KS 2023) and we are from Pearl City. Activities both in and outside of school keep us pretty busy….because “Volleyball is Life” ….right? Really, it’s all about the keiki, being thankful, and giving back….we are truly blessed.
In the blink of an eye our keiki are in the 6th grade! We look forward to the excitement to make this last year at KES an AWESOME time for them.
…..and the journey continues….I MUA KSK 2023!
Aloha, I am honored and excited to continue serving as an ATP class representative for the class of 2023. As a graduate of Kamehameha (KS ’91), I am so blessed that both of my children, Liam (KS 2023) and Maya (KS 2027) are also able to benefit from Pauahi’s legacy. I look forward to another amazing year with our 2023 ‘ohana, as we learn and grow together.
Class of 2024
Diana, a self-employed hairstylist, is mother to four children – ages 23, 14 and set of 10-year old twins (boy and girl). Her twin daughter is part of the Kamehameha class of 2024.
The Lane family enjoys traveling together exploring places all over the world.
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 fourth 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
Aloha! My name is Hanae and this will be my second year serving as a Class of 2026 ATP representative. My husband Keli‘i and I have two daughters, Camryn (KS 2026) and Cara (age 6). Our schedules are packed with soccer, volleyball, hula, Tahitian, beach, pool, and watching movies!
The 2026 ATP team is looking forward to planning an awesome year of fellowship, service, and fun!
Leslie and her husband Richard Akana Jr. are parents to four children: daughters Leilani (age 20), Nohealani (age 12) and Ahonui (age 7) and son Richard Akana III: (age 14). They are also proud grandparents to two-year old grandaughter Anuhea. Their family also includes three dogs: Samson, Meali‘i & Kaikala.
Leslie works at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and IMF as an Assistant Project Engineer. When not working, her passion is dancing hula.
Her family enjoys baseball, swimming at the beach/pool or just spending time with one another.
We are the Nakamura ‘ohana! My husband Blaine and I are the proud parents of Chace (KS 2026).
Blaine works with the Department of Navy and I have been with the Department of Education for many years. In our spare time we enjoy golfing, watching movies, and spending time as a family doing Pokemon Go!
This will be my first year as an ATP representative and I look forward to working with all of you to make this year a huge success…Imua 2026!
Class of 2027
Carole Kaili Daly
Carole and her husband Jason are proud parents to Jakob (KS 2027). They live in Kaimuki where she is a real estate agent with many years of experience. This is her second year as an ATP representative.
Her message to the class: “Let’s make this a great year with fun activities for our families to share in and grow together, as we are blessed to be a part of the KS ‘Ohana.”
Ceridwen “Kahi” McClellan
Class of 2028
Killeen “Kae” Sueda
Aloha, this is my second year as an ATP rep for class of 2028. My husband, Kili (KS ’99) and I (KS 2000) have three children: Lilia, Anuhea (KS 2028), and Kili (Bubba).
I look forward to another fun filled and exciting year with our 2028 ‘ohana. Thank you to all our 2028 families for helping to support our events and volunteering throughout the year. This would not be possible without all of you!!
Mahalo ke ali‘i Pauahi for all of these wonderful opportunities afforded to our keiki!
Aloha, my name is Kari Osbun and I am a stay-at-home mother. I have five keiki ranging from 18 months to 12 years old. Two are Kamehameha Schools students while the other two attend Hanalani School in Mililani, the town which we reside.
I enjoy getting involved with my children’s schools, where I get to meet lots of cool families. If we haven’t already met, I look forward to meeting you and your family soon.
Aloha, this is my first year as an ATP representative for the class of 2028.
My husband and I reside with our four children in Kapolei. When we are not busy with our children’s sporting events, we love spending time with each other as a family having long beach days or just hanging out in the backyard “talking story.”
Working for the non-profit organization Read to Me International allows me to do what I’m most passionate about and gives me the flexibility to do what I love MOST…being a mom!
Class of 2029
We are the Kanana ‘ohana. Daniel and I are proud parents of Emma (KS 2022), Micah, and Noa (KS 2029). We are from Waianae and are humbled to serve as this year’s 2029 ATP parent representative. Most of our time is spent with our children and their extra curricular activities.
We look forward to this exciting year as we begin the Class of 2029 on their new journey.
Leinaala (Leina) Kanana
Ali‘i (Gordon) Mattos
Aloha! We are the Mattos ‘ohana. Traci and I are the proud parents of four beautiful daughters- Kawena (KS ’10), Tyler, Hi‘ilei (KS ’22) and Anela (KS 2029). We are blessed by God’s love and look forward to sharing this Aloha with all of you. By serving the keiki and ‘ohana of 2029 our hope is to create lifelong memories and strong relationships for everyone.
“The best part of the journey is the surprise and wonder along the way.” -Ken Poirot