HIPHI works with partners to provide fiscal administrative and management services for projects related to HIPHI’s mission. HIPHI can provide varying levels of support, depending on the specific needs of your organization.
Services offered include:
- Providing sound administrative and financial oversight and serving as your fiscal agent. If your organization, coalition or group does not have 501(c)(3) tax exempt status and/or is currently applying with the IRS, we can manage grants/donations on your behalf.*
- Helping to track and manage your contracts, grant financials, reporting requirements or deadlines and subcontracts.
- Processing accounts receivable and accounts payable managed in partnership.
- Providing services as required within the fiscal management partnership (i.e., subcontracts, financial reports to funders, etc.)
*Please note that new fiscal management projects are subject to HIPHI Board of Directors approval.
Examples of fiscal management projects we serve are:
- Filcom Cares, since November 2020.
- Hawaiʻi Children’s Trust Fund, since August 2019.
- Hawaiʻi Community Health Worker Association, since 2016.
- Kūpuna Food Security Coalition, since April 2020.
- Pacific Birth Collective, since August 2017.
Roella Foronda, MPH
Roella joined HIPHI in 2014 and informs and oversees operations, programmatic, and strategic initiatives. She provides leadership and oversight to programs and staff, administration, fund development, human resources and talent acquisitions, mentorship, and communications. She has more than 20 years of nonprofit experience, with an undergraduate degree in Health Science from San Francisco State University and a master’s degree in Public Health is from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Roella is a loyal partner and mother to three keiki who loves gardening, cooking, baking, watching a good adventure flick, and traveling.
Jessica Yamauchi, MA
[she/her] Jessica joined HIPHI in 2010 and became CEO in October 2012 when the organization expanded from CTFH to HIPHI. She works closely with the Board of Directors to provide strategic leadership, create and maintain partnerships, provide overall financial oversight, and ensure that HIPHI’s work is addressing the largest gaps. Her BA and MA are from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa in Speech Communication with a focus in Health Communication. Previously, she worked at the UH Office of Public Health Studies and the UH Cancer Research Center. Jessica enjoys listening to true crime podcasts while walking her dog.