Membership

We welcome all women working toward clean energy to attend WiRE events.  However, if you’d like to go one step further to support WiRE, please consider becoming a member.  Your membership is good for the calendar year in which you sign up and you will be prompted to renew every January.  For the annual membership fee of $25, you get benefits such as:

  • Discount on all WiRE events (~40% per event)
  • Early registration notice for popular WiRE events
  • Name and organization on website so that other WiRE members can find you

BECOME a member or RENEW your membership for 2017

Many thanks to our 2017 members!

First Name: Last Name: Company:
Piia Aarma Pineapple Tweed PR & Marketing
Briana Ackerman Hawaiian Electric Company
Lorraine Akiba DCCA / PUC
Sarah Amadeo Sunpower Corporation
Teddi Anderson TLC PR
Denissa Andrade Maui Economic Development Board
Ali Andrews Tetra Tech, Inc.
Patti Barbee Hawaiian Community Development Board
Cecily Barnes Hawaiian Electric Company
Tammy Campbell Rising Sun Solar
Tracy Camuso G70
Caroline Carl Hawaii Energy
Chelsie Castillo Blue Planet Foundation
Marcey Chang DCCA – Division of Consumer Advocacy
Susan Char Hawaiian Electric Company
Jessica Chillingworth DCCA – Division of Consumer Advocacy
Ruth Chu Hawaii Gas
Marisa Chun Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc.
Dorothy Clegg Bethke+Clegg
Leslie Cole-Brooks Distributed Energy Resources Council of Hawaii
Liz Colwell Rising Sun Solar
Renee Comly BESI /W2E
Brandi Crabbe Hawaiian Electric Company
Catherine Crooks Booz Allen Hamilton
Holly Dagostino ERM
Rebecca Dayhuff Matsushima Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc.
Ka’Iulani De Silva HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY
Shayna Doi Hawaii Energy
Angie Eide Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc.
Jennifer Elfalan Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc.
Amanda Ellis East West Center
Dadrcy Endo-Omoto Hawaiian Electric Company
Vivian Fisher Honeywell Smart Energy
Jessica Freedman DCCA / PUC
Rachel Fukumoto Hawaii Energy – Leidos
Deborah Galimba X Utility
Lisa Giang HawaiianElectric Company, Inc.
Gail Godenzi Island energy Services ( formerly Chevron )
Gail Haraguchi HDR
Lisa Harmon Hawaii Energy Program
Amy Hennessey Ulupono Initiative
Nohealani Hirahara Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc.
Lisa Hiraoka State of Hawaii
Julie Hong Booz Allen Hamilton
Lori Hoo Hawaiian Electric Company
Lauren Imada MORIHARA LAU & FONG LLP
Caroline Ishida DCCA / PUC
Mihoko Ito SanHi Government Strategies
Rachel James HCATT
Danielle Jayewardene Tetra Tech
Karissa Jonas Kauai Island Utility Cooperative
Rene Kamita DCCA – Division of Consumer Advocacy
Stacey Kawano OpTerra Energy Services
Lisa Kikuta Hawaiian Electric Company
Darlene (Layla) Kilolu University of Hawaii
Lily Koo Hawaii Energy/ Leidos Engineering
Valerie Kubota Hawaii Green Infrastructure Authority
Deborah Kwan DCCA/PUC
Christine Lanning Integrated Security Technologies
Constance Lau Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc.
Kathleen Lee Hawaii Public Policy Advocates, LLC
Cheryl Leong DCCA – Division of Consumer Advocacy
Susan Li Hawaiian Electric Company
Jennifer Lindsey Hawaii Gas
Desiree Lipscomb DCCA – Division of Consumer Advocacy
Leandro Lipscomb Bligh and Koertig Consulting
Molly Lopes Enersol
Kaui Lucas Hawaii Is My MainLand
Sandy Ma DCCA – Division of Consumer Advocacy
Aki Marceau Energy Excelerator
Yvette Maskrey Honeywell
Michele Masterfano Michele Masterfano Marketing
Nikki Matsumura DCCA / PUC
Kelly McCanlies Hawaiian Electric
Laura McIntyre State of Hawaii, Department of Health
Katherine McKenzie Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, UH
Colette Miller Hawaiian Electric
Melissa Miyashiro Blue Planet Foundation
Pam Moore Hawaii Gas
Rosella Motoki Hawaiian Electric Company
Leslie Murphy Elemental Excelerator
Ellen Nashiwa Maui Electric Company
Emillia Noordhoek SUSTAINABLE MOLOKAI
Ashley Norman PUC
Marie O’Grady Elemental Excelerator
Nami Ohtomo Cardno
Asahi Oshiro UHERO
Marissa Owens Hawaiian Electric Company
Lalaine Pasion Maui Economic Development Board
Ann Pobutsky DCCA – Division of Consumer Advocacy
Elizabeth Raman Hawaii State Energy Office
Kathleen Ramirez U.S. Air Force
Lauren Reichelt Blue Planet Foundation
Cheryl Roberto TFC Utilities, LLC
Veronica Rocha Hawaii State Energy Office
Ghissou Rosala HawaiiSmartEnergy
Samantha Ruiz DCCA / PUC
Sherri Sakamoto DCCA – Division of Consumer Advocacy
Merissa Sakuda DBEDT
Germaine Salim-Hagihara DCCA / PUC
Clalrice Schafer PUC
Jennifer Scheffel SSFM International
Cara Scoffings Hawaii Gas
Jantien Shizuru Kamehameha Schools
Ramsay Siegal Elemental Excelerator
Jill Sims Elemental Excelerator
Gail Slawson-Eich OceanHead Solar & Electric
Shannon Smith Hawaii Pacific Solar
Julie Smolinski Hawaiian Electric Industries
Samantha Sneed ES&A, Inc.
Kym Sparlin State of Hawaii
Jessica Stenz Elemental Excelerator
Jen Stolpe Enersol
Tori Suarez OpTerra
Sharon Suzuki Maui Electric Company
Gail Suzuki-Jones State Energy Office
Tandy Tabata Hawaiian Electric Company, Inc.
Barbara Tanabe Hoakea Communications
Manda Tong Maui Economic Development Board
Kirsten Baumgart Turner Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard
Sarie Uechi Hawaiian Electric Company
Lynne Unemori LTU Strategic Communications LLC
Kawena Uyematus Honeywell
Nicole Velasco NORESCO
Shereen Wachi NAVFAC HI
Heather Wallenstrom Hawaii Green Infrastructure Authority
Sherilyn Wee DCCA – Division of Consumer Advocacy
Melinda White Maui Economic Development Board
Leslie Wilkins Maui Economic Development Board
Tiffany Yajima SanHi Government Strategies
Gwen Yamamoto Lau Hawaii Green Infrastructure Authority
Michelle Yoshioka NAVFAC Pacific
Jacy Youn OpTerra Energy
Julie Yunker State of Hawaii
Kelu Zhang DCCA – Division of Consumer Advocacy

4 Responses to Membership

  1. Carol Bain says:

    As an elected director of Kaua’i Island Utility Cooperative (KIUC) since 2007 , I am committed to renewable energy solutions for Hawai’i. I am very interested in becoming a WiRE member. There are many women “energy” providers. Question: Who are the major sponsors of the WiRE organization? Or is it just supported from our $25 member dues?

    • administrator says:

      WiRE is supported from the $25 member dues and the work of volunteers! We will also have opportunities for companies to sponsor. WiRE has filed for a 501(c)3 designation from the IRS, so we expect to be able to accept tax-deductible donations soon. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at WiRE!

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