ATP Class Reps
Click on any of the class tabs below to view the ATP Class Rep bios.
- 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 2032
- CLASS OF 2033
Class of 2021
Aloha & Welcome Class of 2021 ‘Ohana! 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 and Joe Awong, Jr. 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.
Please get involved! Mahalo in advance to all of the “AMA21NG” 2021 families for participating and volunteering. With your kokua, our class advisor, and our awesome class parents, 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 was blessed with the opportunity to attend Kamehameha Kapālama since the 7th grade.
My husband, Ka‘aumoana, also have two little girls, Uluhani (11), and Olivia (5).
My goal as as ATP rep is to keep the comradery present through the uncertain times we’re living through. With distance between us, now is the time when we have to come together in other ways.
All the Best,
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.
I believe that the best thing about being an ATP class rep is being able to give back for what our Princess has given to us. Being an ATP rep has helped me share in my son’s experience at KS and that is worth all the volunteering hours I put in.
This year my goal is to bring our 2021 class even closer together.
Class of 2022
Aloha KSK 2022 ‘Ohana:
My name is Lynn Akeo. I am honored to serve as your ATP Class Rep. My husband, Dale and I have two sons, Louis (KSK 2019) and Joseph (KSK 2022). We have previously served as Class Parents.
We look forward to creating opportunities for our families to get together and build long lasting relationships. We will continue to work closely with our class advisor and class parents to keep you informed of school events so that you can be a part of your child’s Kamehameha experience.
We will never out give what Pauahi has given to us.
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.
It’s going to be an amazing year filled with lots of laughs, great talks and many wonderful memories to cherish. Mahalo!
Sheri & Darren Nii
This is Sheri and Darren’s first year as ATP class reps. They are parents to Caiya (KSK 2018) and Cyrus (KSK 2023). Their goal as ATP reps this year is to have fun making memories with the class.
Sheri’s fave quote: “Alone we can do so little; together we ca do so much more” — Helen Keller
Darren’s fave quote: “Success is best when it’s shared” — Howard Schultz
Class of 2024
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 third year. My husband Mike (KS ’95) & I have two awesome boys, Dakota (KS 2026) and Drew (KS 2031).
I enjoy being an ATP Rep because it provides the opportunity to do my part in lifting the lahui in support of our childrens academic, social & emotional well-being. They are fortunate to be beneficiaries of Pauahi’s Legacy and have seven more years together to build relationships and connections, we can strengthen their futures by providing the best experiences we possibly can! She would like to communicate and establish relationships with the 6th grade teachers so they can rely on the ATP reps as a means for communicating between KES and our ‘ohana. She’d also like to have kumu attend a class event as she feels it makes the keiki so proud to see their kumu interact outside of the class environment. She has many other ideas for the class to come together and work as a team.
“Each child, belongs to all of us and they will bring us a tomorrow in direct relation to the responsibility we have shown to them.” — Maya Angelou.
Aloha! My name is Hanae and this will be my fourth 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!
This is Michele’s first year as ATP class rep. She and her husband Sev are parents to Macey (2020) and Connor Dane (KSK 2026). They are thankful for the opportunity to have Connor Dane attend Kamehameha and feel that this is a great way to get involved and give back.
Michele’s goal for this year is to continue building the relationships between our families and to encourage more families to get involved because it really does take a village.
She says “We are our children’s first teachers. Let’s grow and learn together with our keiki as we graciously accept this opportunity to be part of the Kamehameha ‘ohana.”
Class of 2027
Class of 2028
Class of 2029
Nainoa is father to Sieri (KSK 2028) and Reiis (preschool). He believes the best thing about being an ATP class rep is the exposure and experience he gets. He just wants the class to have fun together. IMUA!
Rebecca is mother to three keiki: ‘Auli‘i (KSK 2028), Kāpena (KSK 2025) and ‘Ilikea (preschool). This year, Rebecca’s goal as an ATP class rep is to allow haumana to bond outside of school environment and is looking forward to get to know all the families.
Aloha 2031 ‘Ohana,
My name is Christina Hambaro and it is a privilege and blessing to be a class ATP rep again this year. My husband Joshua and I have four children: Kawailani (Marist NY Alumni), Jasmine (Sophomore Umass Amerist), Sage (5th 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 first graders to be friends that turned into family. I am looking forward to planning a fulfilled and exciting year.
Brittany and her husband Nainoa are parents to two keiki, Kana‘i (KSK 2032) and Presley (preschool). She is looking forward to supporting her son’s journey at KS while getting to know the other families, having fun, and building the foundation for lifetime relationships! She is excited to learn more about ATP and work towards having a successful school year! IMUA 2032!