Katelyn Shirai served for over 2 years as the CCB President. During her terms, she grew to embody what a dedicated leader and a member is. She never ceased to help out other committees, whether that would Facilities Management, Campus Relations, or even help by staying up late to decorate our End of the Year Banquet. She had passion for what CCB stands for, and she looks forward to what Campus Center Board does in the next years. She graduated in the Spring of 2019 and plans to move on to Medical School to become a doctor.
Graduation: Spring 2019
Hometown: Mountain View, CA
Other organizations he was apart of:
Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Blood Bank of Hawaii
Why did you join CCB?
I joined CCB looking for a way to contribute and make a difference on student life on campus. Through joining CCB, I was able to gain invaluable experience while working with the mechanisms driving the Campus Center Complex. Being part of this organization has helped me develop into a better student, constituent, and leader here at UH.
CCB Member: Spring 2016 - Spring 2018, previous Vice President
Major: Political Science & Economics
Interesting fact: I am polygot.
Why did you join CCB? I joined Campus Center Board to gain transferable skill before I entered the work force. Through CCB I was able to learn how policies are implemented and how public universities receive and allocate funds. With this opportunity, I was able to have a hand in decisions that are related to the student union and see things through from start to finish related to my interests in budgeting, finance, rules, and policy.
CCB Member: Spring 2017 - Spring 2018
Why did you join CCB? Becoming a member of the Campus Center Board is my way of giving back to entire community of University of Manoa. Whether its to students or faculty, its always a
warm hearted feelings to make someone smile. Aside from that I hope to meet new
people who I can develop great relationships with to inspire and be inspired by. With my
out of the box mentality and innovative state of mind I hope to be the light of the team,
especially through out the most stressful situations. Life is too short to be anything but
happy and that is something I promise to always live by when it comes to delegating a
hard working environment. All in all, being part of the change in a community and
making a difference is what tickles my heart with happiness to make a life worth living.
CCB Member: Fall 2014-Spring 2017
Major: Public Health
Interesting Fact: I love to travel.
Why did you join CCB? I wanted to get involved with a student organization on campus and I've been really appreciative of all the things Campus Center has to offer. I believe that a complete college experience is not just about academics but learning to be well rounded and taking ownership of things that are important to you. Campus Center is something that I am passionate about.
Previous Office Staff
Hometown: Seattle, Washington
Future Goals: As an advocate for higher education, I hope to be involved in higher education programs for underrepresented minorities and high school youth.
Other organizations you are a part of: CRU (Formerly known as Campus Crusade's for Christ)
Why did you join CCB? I joined CCB to be more involved on campus, and make changes at UH that benefit the student body.