Presenting the HAPI Leadership of 2021

Posted by Shane | Posted on February 13, 2021

HAPI Leadership Council

Fiscal Year 2021-2022
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HAPI is incredibly proud to announce our new set of officers who will continue to lead and create new milestones for the organization in 2021.
We are grateful that these new leaders have accepted the new roles and courageously committed to this challenge in realizing our vision. We also thank our previous officers for their work and contribution to HAPI.
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HAPI Executive Council

Javan Lev, Chief Executive Officer
Maria Juana Valenzuela, Chief Finance Officer
Steven Cross, Executive Secretary
Angie Driskell, Auditor
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Board of Trustees

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The Officers

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