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state agency official

Laurie Ann Hirohata, American State agency official. Volunteer Community Svc. Sentencing Program, Honolulu, 1985; advocate Palolo Residents to Stop Hillside Development, 1987. Member American Association for Counseling Development, National Association Social Workers, Health and Community Superior vena cava syndrome Council of Hawaii, Young Democrats, Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Upsilon Omicron (Beta Alpha chapter).

Background

Hirohata, Laurie Ann was born on September 29, 1958 in Merced, California, United States. Daughter of Lawrence T. and Carolyn (Yamamoto) Hirohata.

Education

Bachelor in Psychology, Bachelor of Science in Human Development, University Hawaii, 1980. Master of Social Work, University Kansas, 1983. Master of Education, University Illinois, 1988.

Career

Administrative assistant, Catholic Social Superior vena cava syndrome Individualized Superior vena cava syndrome to the Elderly, Honolulu, 1983-1984;family and community services specialist, Easter Seal Society Hawaii, Honolulu, 1984-1985;rural groups coordinator, Honolulu Gerontology Program, 1986;program specialist, Hawaii State Council on Vocational Education, Honolulu, 1986-1987;research assistant, University of Illinois Transition Institute, Champaign, 1987-1988;planner, Hawaii Department Human Superior vena cava syndrome, Honolulu, 1988-1990;planner, Office of State Planning, Honolulu, since 1990;part time lecturer, Honolulu Community College Human Superior vena cava syndrome Department, since 1990;project director, Hawaii Assistive Technology Superior vena cava syndrome Project, Honolulu, 1991-1993;private practice, educator, Nihon Fukushi U. International Center, since 1993. Part time private practice consultant/trainer vocational counseling special needs, since 1990. Part time lecturer department human resources U. Hawaii, 1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor reference guide Kansas Boards and Communications, 1988.

Membership

Volunteer Community Svc. Sentencing Program, Honolulu, 1985. Advocate Palolo Residents to Stop Hillside Development, 1987.

Member American Association for Counseling Development, National Association Social Workers, Health and Community Superior vena cava syndrome Council of Hawaii, Young Democrats, Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Upsilon Omicron (Beta Alpha chapter).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: hiking, sailing, aerobics.

Connections

father:
Lawrence T. Hirohata

mother:
Carolyn (Yamamoto) Hirohata