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Glenn Wakai's Biography

Office:

On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for State Senate (HI) - District 15

Contact Information

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3054 Ala Poha Place #2009
Honolulu, HI 96818
Phone: 808-429-8683

Hawaii State Capitol
415 South Beretania Street, Room 407
Room 216
Honolulu, HI 96813

3054 Ala Poha Place #2009
Honolulu, HI 96818

Full Name:

Glenn S. Wakai

Gender:

Male

Birth Date:

05/14/1967

Religion:

Christian

BA, Broadcast Journalism/Sociology, University of Southern California, 1985-1990

Senator, Hawaii State Senate, District 15, 2010-present

Representative, Hawaii State House of Representatives, District 31, 2002-2010

Former Member, Committee on Judiciary

Former Member, Committee on Tourism

Former Vice Chairman, Consumer Protection Committee

Former Chair, Economic Development, Environment and Technology Committee, Hawaii State Senate

Former Member, Housing Committee, Hawaii State Senate

Former Member, Human Services Committee, Hawaii State Senate

Former Vice Chair, Judiciary Committee, Hawaii State Senate

Former Vice Chair, Public Safety, Intergovernmental, and Military Affairs Committee, Hawaii State Senate

Former Member, Technology Committee, Hawaii State Senate

Former Member, Water, Land, and Agriculture Committee, Hawaii State Senate

Former Member, Ways and Means Committee, Hawaii State Senate

President, High Impact Communications, 2007-present

President, Reach out Pacific, 2004-present

Former Assistant News Director, News Operation, Saipan

Reporter, KHNL News 8, 1999-2002

Reporter, KHON Fox2, 1994-1999

Anchor/News Reporter, KUAM-TV, 1991-1994

Board Member, Goodwill Contract Services, present

Board Member, Japanese Cultural Center, present

Board Member, MeneMac Media Advisory Board, Moanalua High School, present

Board Member, Young Business Council, present

Former Member, Advisory Board, Moanalua High School Learning Center

Priority Issues:

The public demands accountability and innovative solutions, not tired excuses. Step One is to create a robust economy which will allow us to improve our education system, build better roads, care for the disadvantaged, ensure quality health care, and keep the public safe.

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