Vice President, Administration
Hoag, an attorney previously with the Honolulu law firms of Rohlfing & Stone and also Stubenberg & Durrett, graduated from the University of Hawaii Law School in 1996. He earned a bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University-Provo and is an alumnus of Kamehameha Schools. Hoag oversees human resources, communications, government relations, information systems, and provides legal oversight.
In 2004, Hoag was named the Executive of the Year by the International Association of Administrative Professional's (IAAP) MNKH chapter. He enjoys trials and dirt biking, kite surfing, and teaching Aikidô to university students and community members. Hoag has served as: Council member on the State of Hawaii's Oahu Island Burial Council, vice-chair of the Ko'olauloa Educational Alliance Corporation (KEAC) board, a member of the Catholic Church's Hawaii Compensation Committee, and member of the BYU-Hawaii Institutional Review Board.
To view an article in the Ho'omua newsletter spotlighting Hoag - "HRI Executives Marler and Hoag Live Strong" - click here.