PRESIDENT – Lucienne de Naie

Doug has been working with renewable energy and other environmental issues for more than 25 years.  He served as Energy Commissioner for the County of Maui, and before that he developed the first Feed In Tariff pv system in Hawaii.  Born in Massachusetts, Doug developed an appreciation for nature and grew up “on the water” fishing and sailing.  He practiced energy and environmental law on the Mainland for a number of years before moving to Maui in 2002.  Here in the islands Doug owned an art gallery, built two commercial buildings integrating pv and energy efficiency, served a term in County government, and helped raise twin daughters.

SECRETARY – Terese Masters
Born and raised on Maui, Terese is a recent graduate of the University of Hawaii Maui College, earning her bachelor’s in Sustainable Science Management – which emphasizes anthro-/eco- system analysis and industry integration. With a special interest in food security and island self-sufficiency, Terese focuses her research on matters that affect the County of Maui.  Currently she is enrolled in the Hawai’i Farmers Union Farm Apprentice Mentoring Program to advance her education and gain further insight into the County’s agriculture industry. As an active volunteer at the Pacific Primate Sanctuary, Terese works to provide food and enrichment opportunities for the endangered primates through zoological horticulture.  With 10+ years in veterinary medicine, she is also an advisor to the Sanctuary’s Board of Directors.

TREASURER – Trip Lynch
Married on Maui in the late 1990’s and a frequent visitor since, Trip and his wife made Upcountry their permanent home in 2006 after the youngest of their 6 children headed off to college. Now a highly regarded marketing consultant, Trip has run successful international businesses based in Europe, Asia, and on the mainland. Passionate about surfing, art, and real estate, Trip and Deb are keenly aware of Maui’s fragile environment. They are dedicated to preserving Maui’s pristine near shore waters and vast Upcountry vistas for tomorrow’s generations to enjoy as much as they do today.

Anthony Ranken
Anthony has served as an attorney on Maui for over thirty years.  He co-founded Maui Tomorrow with Dr. Rick Sands and current MT Executive Director Albert Perez in 1990, as an outgrowth of the organization State Park at Makena (“SPAM”).  SPAM, also led by Sands and Ranken, organized the successful effort to preserve Makena’s Oneloa Beach (Big Beach) in the 1980s.

Mike Foley
Mike has served on the Maui Tomorow Board of Directors for 14 years. Before moving to Maui 19 years ago, Mike worked as an environmental consultant and as the Planning Director for the Northern California cities of Sausalito, Davis, Woodside and Napa. Mike served 4 years as the Planning Director of Maui County and taught Geography classes at Maui College before retiring six years ago. Mike is also on the Maui Council of the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust. He has an AA degree in Architecture, a BA in Urban Geography and a Masters Degree in Community Planning/Urban Design. Mike lived in Napili, Lahaina, and Makawao before moving to South Kihei with his wife Susan and 2 Boxers.

Michael Howden

Mark Sheehan
Ph.D. Education, real estate broker specializing in sustainable properties, is a dynamic presence in Maui’s environmental community: past president of Makawao Community Association; board member of Maui Open Space Trust and State Park at Makena; board member of the Montessori School, Maui and of Haleakala Waldorf School.

Maury King
Serves as Maui Tomorrow’s Volunteer Coordinator. Living on Maui since 2006 he has made an effort to learn about issues important to Maui’s future. This has led to co-founding South Maui Sustainability, a term as Board Member at the Kihei Community Association, founder of the South Maui Bicycle Coalition and member of the DIRE Coalition, working to phase out the injection wells. There is always time for strolling with toes in the water along South Maui’s wonderful beaches.

Tara Grace
Tara has lived on Maui since 1978, raising her family of four children and now grandchildren. While working with various organizations over the past four decades, Tara developed her grassroots spirit and cultivated a vast network of her greater ‘ohana. Tara continues to support important causes, movements, and community activism on Maui. Working in real estate for the past 14 years, Tara specializes in the sustainable lifestyle on Maui’s north shore.

Executive Director – Albert Perez
Perez, who was born and raised in Hawaii, earned a Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and has extensive experience in Geographic Information Systems. A founding member of Maui Tomorrow, Perez has worked at the State of Hawaii Office of Coastal Zone Management, the Washington State Department of Transportation, and the County of Maui.

History of Maui Tomorrow efforts and accomplishments

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