Kendrick Go is a Molecular Cell Biology major at the University of Hawaii. At the University of Hawaii, Kendrick is a Chemistry and Spanish tutor for the Learning Assistance Center. Also, he is a research intern at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. Kendrick is a 2012 graduate of Damien Memorial School where he served as Student Body President and editor-in-chief for the school's newspaper, The Keali'i. He was in the Fellows Program in 2012. As an intern, he helps with the Fellows Program and assists in multiple projects.
Kenneth Go is a student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa studying English. He was a graduate from Damien Memorial School in 2015 where he served as Student Body President, Encounter Retreat Rector, two time Editor-in-Cheif for the school newspaper, "The Ke Ali'i", and a "Schatz Senior" for the Office of Senator Brian Schatz. Kenneth was part of the Fellows Class of 2015 as he was the Communications and Finance Director for Fahrenheit73. As an intern, Kenneth serves as the secretary while also assisting CTL gain further support from the community by contacting local organizations.
April Jingco is a graduate from McKinley High School's class of 2013, where she was an active member in Student Government for four years, serving as the Student Body President in her senior year. She was in the Fellows Program in 2012. She is passionate about anti-bullying, helping to create the Bullying Awareness Group in her school and also advocating to intermediate schools. She is currently attending Seattle University and is majoring in strategic communications. April is highly passionate about the music industry and marketing and has served as interns for both BAMP Project and the Seattle Theatre Group. As an intern, she coordinates our social media and communication aspects of the program.
Macie Remular is a student at University of Hawaii at West Oahu and is double majoring in Marketing and Accounting. She attended Pearl City High School and graduated in 2014. She was an active member of Student Government for two years and was one of the head chair member for their first "Homegoing" event. In addition, she was part of the Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders Schools Program for the past two years. As an intern, she designs various forms of advertisement for the Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders.
Tina Li graduated from McKinley High School in 2013 and is now a student at the University of Hawaii, majoring in Mechanical Engineering. At McKinley, she was an active member in Student Government for three years, serving as the Student Body Vice President in her senior year. She was also an active member in Robotics and the Bullying Awareness Group. As an intern, she updates and maintains the Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders website.
Kelli Sunabe is a graduate of McKinley High School's class of 2013 and now attends the University of Hawaii at Manoa as a Fashion Merchandising and International Business and Marketing double major. She was part of the Schools Program for two years during her junior and senior year. As a McKinley Ambassador from the Schools Program, she, along with her group, saw the need to fix the issue of cutting in line. They helped to initiate change and spread mutual respect and awareness at their school. As an intern, she helps to plan and execute events, aid in managing social media, e-newsletters, and is in the works for designing new promotional items for the organization.
Kirk Wei is a graduate of McKinley High School's class of 2013 and now attends the University of Hawaii as a Marketing and Economics double major. He was part of the Schools Program his senior year. As a McKinley Ambassador and a Bullying Awareness Group co-founder, he focused on being an effective leader by showing solutions to problems. As a result, his leadership skills strengthen and he made many contributions. As an intern, he publicizes the Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders through videos and presentations.
Mengyuan (Jerry) Wu is a 2013 graduate of McKinley High School. He currently attends the University of Hawaii, majoring in Electrical Engineering. He was part of the Schools Program for two years during his junior and senior year. As a McKinley Ambassador and a varsity volleyball player, he focused on developing athletes to be respectful to, and respected by, the students and staff of McKinley. As a result, the relationship between McKinley's athletes and its student body is now stronger. As an intern, he works on the database for the Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders. In addition, he assists Kirk with his videos.