Board of directors


Ryan Kawamoto is a television and film director with a flair for storytelling.  He was recognized as the 2012 American Advertising Federation Hawaii "Advertising Man of the Year."  He’s also directed two feature films,  "Hang Loose," an Asian American comedy and the documentary film, "The Untold Story: Internment of Japanese Americans in Hawai'i." 

In his spare time, Kawamoto mentors students for the PBS Hawaii student TV show, "Hiki No" and enjoys photographing and blogging about his culinary adventures.   Ryan was born, raised, and continues to reside in Hawai'i. 


Alicia DeVoll is a Community Development Manager at the American Cancer Society. She manages several fundraising events to support the mission. Alicia is originally from Washington state, but has lived in Hawaii for over 8 years. She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at UH Manoa and had worked at various organizations across Oahu. Alicia enjoys spending time with her boyfriend Jacob, trying new restaurants, watching RuPaul’s Drag Race, playing with makeup and giving back to the community. You will either find her at Sephora or at one of the comic conventions. She is excited to serve in the president elect role this year. 




Marshall was born and raised in Honolulu, HI.  He is a graduate of Roosevelt HS & the University of Hawaii at Manoa & currently works as a CPA for Ohata Chun Yuen CPAs in Kaimuki.  Enjoys music, good food & drink & follows the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame, the San Francisco Giants and the Los Angeles Rams with great passion.  The Giants ballpark in San Francisco is his Disneyland...



Dianne Ho Bosworth is a Realtor with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Advantage Realty specializing in residential real estate for buyers and sellers.  Offices are located in Kahala Mall, Kailua, North Shore, Kapolei and Maui. Dianne grew up on Oahu, attended St Francis High School, University of Oregon and lived in Hiroshima Japan before settling down back in the islands.  Dianne is married to Bryan and has 3 beautiful children who regularly attend Rotary service projects and social events.


Craig Ito is Vice President in Dealer Indirect Lending at Bank of Hawaii and is responsible for the overall operations of the department, which include loan and lease underwriting, and contract processing.  Prior to returning to Hawaii in 2011, he worked for Toyota Financial Services in California.

He’s a graduate of Punahou School and went on to Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington.

Craig continues to play recreational soccer and tags along with his buddies on trips to Japan and to dine at some of Honolulu’s newest restaurants. 


Kimberly was born and raised in Honolulu, HI. She graduated high school from Punahou School and then went onto college at the University of San Francisco. She now has her own company working as an Educational Consultant. Her passions include playing golf, biki-ing around with friends, cooking and of course making the world a better place through Rotary!


Debi Halcro is the President of Valenti Print Group, one of the top commercial print/mail houses in Honolulu.  She has worked for Valenti for over 25 years and specializes in Print/Mail solutions for both large and small companies.  Debi is active in the community sitting on the Honolulu Habitat for Humanity Board, Child & Family Services Guild, Central Y Board, AAF Board, Central Union Church Youth ministry board and the Rotary of Kahala Sunrise board.  She enjoys spending time with her husband, two daughters and is an avid runner.


Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. Became a Rotarian in August, 2008. President of the Rotary Club of Kahala Sunrise during 2015-2016. Partner with the Honolulu law firm of Watanabe Ing LLP.



Dale Yasunaga is a business development professional with a diverse background in the technology and professional services industries. Over the years Dale has worked in both individual contribution and leadership capacities for several Fortune 500 companies. Dale recently returned home to Honolulu after spending five years in the midwest. Apart from his professional interests, Dale also has a passion for the culinary arts and has contributed freelance articles and photography to various local and national publications. Through his participation with the Rotary Club of Kahala Sunrise, Dale looks forward to continue giving back to the community and helping those in need. 
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