IIBA Hawaii Board of Directors 'Even Year' Election Results - 2018

...and the winners are?

Aloha members! The 'Even Yearʻ Board of Directors election results are in.

Results were announced at the lunch-and-learn and posted here after certification was confirmed.

If you have any questions, please contact the Chapterʻs Director of Membership.

You may also use the Contact Us form submission.

The winners reported via Election Runner are as follows:


Role Nominee Profile  Result
President Dr. Margaret Latonio


Manager, Process and Performance Management at HMSA

 Communications  Suzanne Brinkmann

    It is an honor to be nominated! And it is with great pleasure that I accept this nomination. If elected, I will continue the promotion of the local Chapter and IIBA® to the community, and support the growth of the role and profession of business analysis.

Bio: Suzanne began her career at the Help Desk. Helping people solve problems led her to become a Business Analyst. She has been an enthusiastic supporter of business analysis and quality improvement. In her free time, Suzy loves salsa dancing with friends, enjoying beach activities, and watching fireworks.

Programs Dylan Souza

Dylan Souza is currently a senior enterprise business analyst and Director of Programs for IIBA Hawaii Chapter.

Over the past year and half serving on the IIBA Hawaii Chapter Board, I have started to create and implement our program and professional development strategy and framework to ensure that we will continue to provide value through our programs for our chapter members and business analyst community in the state of Hawaii.

Technology Brandon Luu

My name is Brandon Luu and I am a Business Analyst at eWorld Enterprise Solutions. After graduating from UH Manoa in the spring of 2016, I began participating in IIBA Hawaii Chapter events with the encouragement of my mentors and peers, and am currently a volunteer for the chapter. I look forward to continuing to play a role with the chapter’s board as a nominee for the Director of Technology position, and as a volunteer for the community in general. Mahalo.

Treasurer Craig Richer                         medium_20181105_125026.jpg

Craig Richer is CBAP certified and has been part of the IIBA community for 10 years.  Prior to moving to Hawaii, Craig served for one year as V.P. at Large on the Board of Director for the IIBA’s Winnipeg Chapter helping with membership management, events, and communications. Craig has over 15 years of BA experience working as a consultant in the Canadian health care industry. Craig and his family moved to Hawaii in 2016. When he is not enjoying the beach and mountains, Craig takes care of his 7-year-old daughter, Lucy.  He is an active volunteer with both Alvah Scott Elementary School and the Girl Scouts of America.