headshots of Fukunaga, Grossman, Loden, Miller, Paloma and Teranishi
Top row, from left, Peter Fukunaga, Peter Grossman, Elliot “Buzz” Loden and bottom row, from left, Ken Miller, Diane Paloma and Lori Teranishi

The University of Hawaiʻi Foundation has appointed six new members to its board of trustees.

Peter Fukunaga is the director of Hui Car Share at Servco Pacific Inc., where he focuses on mobility innovation and portfolio management.

Peter Grossman is a vice president with CB Richard Ellis. He specializes in advising clients in property dispositions, acquisitions, lease negotiations, investment analysis and asset repositioning.

Elliot H. Loden is a partner and founder of the Loden and Conahan law firm. He is the ambassador for the Kapiʻolani Community College culinary arts program and a member of Les Amis d’Escoffier Society of Hawaiʻi.

Ken Miller is the senior vice president, chief investment officer and manager of the Institutional Advisory Services Division at First Hawaiian Bank. He currently serves as a board member for two local nonprofit organizations, Kāhala Nui and the Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship.

Diane Paloma is the chief executive officer for The King Lunalilo Trust and Home. She is on the boards of the Partners in Development Foundation, Friends of ʻIolani Palace, Bishop Museum Association Council and Hui Mauli Ola.

Lori Teranishi is the founder and principal of iQ 360, an integrated marketing and communications firm with offices in Honolulu, San Francisco and New York. She is on the board of Girl Scouts of Hawaiʻi and is a member of the U.S.-Japan Council.

Read the UH Foundation news release for more information on the new trustees.