Rodolfich joins Lili‘uokalani Trust as finance manager
Lillian Goo Rodolfich has joined the Queen Lili‘uokalani Trust as its manager of finance, according to Michael Walsh, vice president for the trust established by Hawaii’s last ruling monarch.
The deed of trust, executed in 1909, directs that the queen’s lands be utilized to serve and provide for orphan and destitute children in perpetuity. The core trust assets include some 6,400 acres of land, the majority in Kona.
Outreach to beneficiaries is delivered through the Queen Lili‘uokalani Children’s Center, established in 1933.
Rodolfich, a certified public accountant, is responsible for management of all trust accounting and financial reporting. Before joining the trust, Rodolfich was employed with Aloha Air Cargo as its corporate controller, and also at Alexander & Baldwin Inc., Kamehameha Schools and at Ernst & Young Int.
Rodolfich earned both her Executive MBA and her Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting degrees from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Rodolfich holds several leadership roles in the community and currently serves as vice president of the board of the UH Shidler College of Business Alumni Association.
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