Botanist, anthropologist join museum
Jennifer G. Kahn, Ph.D.
, and Neil Snow
., joined the staff of Bishop Museum's science and anthropology departments.
Kahn was named assistant anthropologist and research archaeologist. She has conducted archaeological field research in Polynesia and Melanesia over the last 14 years, working in the Hawaiian Islands, the Society Islands, the Marquesas Islands, and New Caledonia.
Snow was appointed botanist. His field experience includes most parts of the continental United States, Mexico, Costa Rica, several countries in southern Africa, The Philippines, New Caledonia, and Australia.
The Organ Donor Center of Hawaii has been named a new executive director, Stephen A. Kula
. Prior to joining ODCH, he served as the president and CEO of Hospice Hawaii for 12 years; executive director for The Arc in Hawaii, working with people with developmental disabilities and their families; and most recently, as the director of long-term care for AIG Insurance Company, Inc..
, graduate student in the University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program, was awarded a John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship in Washington, D.C. He will work for one year on national and international policy related to ocean, coastal and Great Lakes resources.
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