HONOLULU (AP) — The University of Hawaii Board of Regents has re-elected three officers.
The university announced Friday Eric Martinson, Carl Carlson and James Lee were re-elected to the 15-member board at its monthly meeting. Martinson will serve a one-year term as chair while Carlson and Lee will serve one-year terms as vice chairs.
Members of the Board of Regents serve voluntarily and are not paid.
Martinson is executive vice president of The Queen’s Health Systems and President of Queen Emma Land Company. Carlson is founder of Huehue Ventures, a real estate consulting and agricultural property management firm. Lee is a partner in the Honolulu law firm of Devens, Nakano, Saito, Lee, Wong and Ching.