|Noe Noe Wong-Wilson with Gov. David Ige during protests against the Thirty-Meter Telescope on|
Mauna Kea where she was arrested. The governor has nominated her to be on the Authority to manage the mauna.
Photo from Big Island Video News
|As DLNR administrator,|
Suzanne Case will serve on
the Mauna Kea Authority.
Kamanamaikalani Beamer: An individual with ʻāina (land) resource management expertise and specific experience with Hawaiʻi island‑based management.
Gary Krug: An individual who is recognized as possessing expertise in the fields of pre-school through 12th-grade public education or post-secondary education.
|Doug Adams of county R&D|
is the mayor's appointment to
serve on Mauna Kea Authority
Pomaikai Bertelmann: An individual who is a lineal descendent of a practitioner of Native Hawaiian traditional and customary practices associated with Mauna Kea.
Joshua Mangauil: An individual who is a recognized practitioner of Native Hawaiian traditional and customary practices.
|Randy Ball III will|
represent U.H. Regents
on Mauna Kea Authority
Michelle "Noe Noe" Wong-Wilson: An individual from a list of three names submitted by the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
In addition, there are four ex-officio, voting members who will serve on the Authority:
Chair of state Board of Land & Natural Resources, or the chairperson's designee. This position is currently held by Chair Suzanne Case.
Mayor of County of Hawaiʻi, or the mayor's designee. Mayor Mitch Roth has designated Douglass Shipman Adams, director, research and development management.
Chair of Board of Regents of the University of Hawaiʻi, or a designee. Chairperson Randy Moore has designated Eugene Bal III, a current member of the Board of Regents.
|U.H. Hilo Chancellor Bonnie Irwin|
will serve on Mauna Kea Authority
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