Our Admin Team

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Lorna Ramiscal is the administrative officer for the Pacific Health Analytics Collaborative (PHAC) in the Center on Aging at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM). She brings to PHAC over 30 years of expertise in research administration, fiscal and personnel management, and program coordination with an emphasis on workforce development. She has been working in the University of Hawaiʻi (UH) in a variety of units including UHM SOEST, Hawaiʻi Institute of Geophysics and Planetology, UH West Oʻahu, UHM School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene, UHM Faculty Senate, UHM College of Arts and Humanities, and UHM Office of Public Health Studies. She has worked on many large extramurally funded projects such as the Hawaiʻi Space Grant Consortium, Title III Project, Gear Up, and others. She enjoys spending time with her family.

Sabrina Kyi is the admin fiscal associate for the Center on Aging at the Thompson School of Social Work & Public Health. Sabrina comes to the Center on Aging with multiple years of administrative experience within the University of Hawaiʻi (UH). She has spent over 14 years at UH Mānoa Office of Public Health Studies as their Office Assistant, where she has worked on key research projects and assisted with fiscal and personnel management. During her free time, Sabrina enjoys listening to music.

Leomar Leano is an administrative support specialist who will be assisting with fiscal and human resources transactions. Leomar has experience with administrative support from both public and private sectors, including the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa – Office of Public Health Studies (OPHS) and Hawaiʻi State Public Library System (HSPLS). He serves as a point of contact and resource relating to employee benefits, recruitment, onboarding/offboarding, as well as other administrative, fiscal, and HR assistance.

Dejah Fa’asoa is the administration and fiscal support for the Center on Aging.  She received her Bachelor’s degree in Public Health from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in the Spring of 2017.  She is passionate about Public Health and maternal and child health care, and her existing research focus is on Cultural Competency and prenatal care among Pacific Island women in Hawaii. After obtaining her Bachelor of Arts degree she plans to further her education in Public Health by getting her Masters degree in the maternal and child health.

To enhance the well-being of older adults through interdisciplinary and collaborative efforts in research, educational programs, and service to the community

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