Micah Kane Appointed Trustee of Menlo
May 2, 2011:
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Micah Kane, '91, Trustee of Kamehameha Schools and former chairman of the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, has recently been appointed to the Board of Trustees of Menlo College.
His scope of responsibilities with Kamehameha Schools includes the duty of managing trust assets. The Estate of Bernice Pau'ahi Bishop, the last of the Hawai'ian ali'i, includes trust lands set aside as resources to educate native Hawaiian children, and the Trustees administer those funds for these children. Micah is a 1987 graduate in business from Menlo College. He also received an MBA in 1991 from the University of Hawaii.
"Being a part of the multi-ethnic community at Menlo, I was well prepared for graduate school. Menlo was a big part of my life. I remember not only my professors, but also people like Ray Solari, a coach of life, whose teachings apply to what he's doing with his team. Football players used his blueprint for the future. I was lucky to play under him. Every week he gave us a thought to help us live our lives. Now, I'm looking forward to the next chapter in my life and a chance to give."