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808 No Vape

A youth education campaign to prevent and reduce the number of teens vaping in Hawai‘i.

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Kevin Ramirez

Kevin Ramirez

Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawai‘i Program Manager
Kevin Ramirez

Kevin Ramirez

Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawai‘i Program Manager
(808) 591-6508 ext. 3

[he/him] Kevin joined HIPHI in January 2017 and provides youth vaping prevention education, support, and resources to Honolulu County schools, educators, and community members. He also provides technical assistance to the cohort of organizations providing youth vaping prevention education via the Stanford Tobacco Prevention Toolkit to HI schools. He previously worked as a Youth Programs Director in Philadelphia, PA for eight years, running after school and summer programming activities for youth. Kevin is interested in exploring the intersection of art, music, culture, and public health.

Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaiʻi

Dedicated to reducing tobacco use through education, policy and advocacy since 1996.

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Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaiʻi Youth Council

Peer-to-peer education and advocacy. Led by Youth for Youth.

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Scott Stensrud, MA

Scott Stensrud, MA

Statewide Youth Coordinator
Scott Stensrud, MA

Scott Stensrud, MA

Statewide Youth Coordinator
(808) 591-6508 ext. 2

Scott joined HIPHI in 2018 and mentors the Coalition for Tobacco-Free Hawaiʻi Youth Council. His previous experience included Executive Director for Community Programs with Blue Zones Project Hawaiʻi, and V. P. Enrollment Management at Hawaiʻi Pacific University. He received his BA in Business Administration from Coe College, and MA in Leadership from Augsburg University. He’s been a volunteer coach with the American Youth Soccer Association (AYSO) for more than 25 years.

Hawaiʻi Alcohol Policy Alliance

Educating the community and advocating for evidence-based, responsible alcohol policies to reduce youth use, and reduce alcohol-related harms in our communities.

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Chelsea Gonzales

Chelsea Gonzales

Statewide Coordinator (Hawaiʻi Alcohol Policy Alliance)
Chelsea Gonzales

Chelsea Gonzales

Statewide Coordinator (Hawaiʻi Alcohol Policy Alliance)
(808) 591-6508 ext. 25

Chelsea joined HIPHI in 2020 to lead the Hawaiʻi Alcohol Policy Alliance, a volunteer-based coalition that advocates for research-based, responsible alcohol policies in the best interest of the people of Hawaiʻi, to reduce often overlooked alcohol-related harms in our communities. She graduated from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa in Public Health. She was the President of the Breathe Aloha Club (which provides health education and outreach about tobacco issues and policies on campus/statewide), and worked to designate all 10 UH campuses tobacco-free in 2018.

Hawaiʻi Community Health Worker Association

A membership organization of community health workers and allies.

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Rosilyn Filemoni, MPH

Rosilyn Filemoni, MPH

Program Manager: Community Health Worker Liaison
Rosilyn Filemoni, MPH

Rosilyn Filemoni, MPH

Program Manager: Community Health Worker Liaison
(808) 591-6508 ext. 11

Rosi joined the HIPHI team in 2022 as the Statewide Program Manager: Community Health Worker Liaison. She was born and raised on Hawai‘i Island and currently resides in Kea‘au. She has earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Healthcare Administration and Master’s in Public Health. She has a profound passion for public health and brings to the team great knowledge of Community Health Workers and expertise in working with vulnerable populations. When not working, Rosi can be found in the community as the head coach for Kea‘au High School Girls Soccer and serving at New Hope Church of Hilo.

Hawaiʻi Farm to School Hui

Strengthening Hawaii’s statewide farm to school movement by supporting our island networks in the areas of capacity building, resource development and sharing, professional development, and policy development and advocacy.

Hawaiʻi Farm to School Hui

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Hawaiʻi Oral Health Coalition

Improving the overall health and wellbeing of all Hawaiʻi residents by increasing access and equity in oral health care through collaborative partnerships, advocacy, and education.

Hawaiʻi Oral Health Coalition

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Patrick Donnelly

Patrick Donnelly

Program Manager: Hawai'i Oral Health Coalition
Patrick Donnelly

Patrick Donnelly

Program Manager: Hawai'i Oral Health Coalition
(808) 591-6508 ext. 27

Patrick joined HIPHI in April 2021 to lead the Hawaiʻi Oral Health Coalition into growth and stability by increasing community engagement, educating the public and health community, promoting oral health as a part of overall health, and working to improve oral health through policy, practice, and advocacy. He developed his passion for oral health through his work as a Health Specialist in Early Head Start/Head Start. Patrick has a BS in Public Health – Health Promotion and Health Behavior from Oregon State University, and enjoys hiking, frisbee, and exploring the Big Island with family and friends.

Hawaiʻi Youth Food Council

Motivated youth from across Hawaiʻi working to benefit Hawaii’s food systems.

Hawaiʻi Youth Food Council

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Olivia Whittemore

Olivia Whittemore

Hawai‘i Farm to School Hui Special Projects Coordinator
Olivia Whittemore

Olivia Whittemore

Hawai‘i Farm to School Hui Special Projects Coordinator
(808) 591-6508 ext. 18

Olivia joined HIPHI in 2021 and provides coordination support for the Hawai‘i Youth Food Council (HYFC) and other Hui projects. She has worked extensively in the nonprofit sector with a focused mission to enhance local food systems as a farmer, 4-H counselor, and community organizer. Originally from coastal Massachusetts, she earned her B.A. in Environmental Studies and International Relations from Saint Michael’s College in Vermont. She looks forward to drawing from these experiences to support Hawaii’s farm to school movement from her home on O‘ahu.

Kūpuna Vaccination Outreach Group

Working together to ensure everyone has a chance to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

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Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Program Manager: Kūpuna Initiatives
Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Program Manager: Kūpuna Initiatives
(808) 591-6508 ext. 19

[she/her] Joining HIPHI in 2020, Lindsey convenes the Kūpuna Food Security Coalition and other initiatives under the Kūpuna Collective, an age-friendly incubator that addresses critical issues for older adults and transforms the narrative from kūpuna as beneficiaries to powerful change agents in building resilient communities. She values working with partners to address drivers of health inequity, particularly among Kānaka ʻŌiwi. She is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Chapman University, and Kamehameha Schools. In her free time, Lindsey enjoys being outdoors, eating good food, and loving on her three year old dogo argentino.

Obesity Prevention Task Force

Working to create equitable opportunities for Hawaiʻi residents to eat healthy and be physically active through policy, advocacy, and programs

Obesity Prevention Task Force

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The Kūpuna Collective

Addressing critical issues for kūpuna and leading innovative, active aging strategies for an age-friendly community that supports health and wellbeing.

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Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Program Manager: Kūpuna Initiatives
Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Program Manager: Kūpuna Initiatives
(808) 591-6508 ext. 19

[she/her] Joining HIPHI in 2020, Lindsey convenes the Kūpuna Food Security Coalition and other initiatives under the Kūpuna Collective, an age-friendly incubator that addresses critical issues for older adults and transforms the narrative from kūpuna as beneficiaries to powerful change agents in building resilient communities. She values working with partners to address drivers of health inequity, particularly among Kānaka ʻŌiwi. She is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Chapman University, and Kamehameha Schools. In her free time, Lindsey enjoys being outdoors, eating good food, and loving on her three year old dogo argentino.

Transforming Hawaii’s Food Systems Together Initiative

A collaborative and multi-sectoral food system change initiative that seeks to convene key stakeholders, conduct applied research, articulate policy and planning recommendations and build statewide capacity to achieve a more economically robust, sustainable, equitable and resilient food system for Hawaiʻi.

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