Punahou is proud to announce that Ann Teranishi ’92, Douglas Kwock, M.D. ’83 and William S. Price III ’74 will join Punahou’s Board of Trustees beginning May 17, 2022, bringing their exceptional leadership experience, community service and love for education to the School.
“We are honored to have Ann, Doug and Bill join us as Trustees,” said Board Chair Connie Lau ’70. “Not only are they leaders in the fields of business and health care, but they also represent the very best qualities of Punahou graduates with their commitment to the greater good and service to the community. We are thrilled to know they will help guide our School into the future.”
Teranishi serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of American Savings Bank (ASB) and is a member of the ASB Board of Directors. Kwock is Vice President of Medical Affairs at Hawai‘i Pacific Health (HPH) and a pediatrician in private practice. Price is an active philanthropist in the areas of education and public health and is the owner of Classic Wines LLC and Price Family Vineyards LLC.
Prior to her role as CEO, Teranishi was the Executive Vice President of Operations for ASB, where she led wide-ranging efforts in the areas of operational excellence and consumer experience. The Hastings law graduate also has worked as an attorney in Honolulu and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Claremont McKenna College.
Teranishi serves on various nonprofit boards, including the Hawai‘i Executive Collaborative, U.S. Japan Council and Chamber of Commerce Hawai‘i, and on the Catholic Charities of Hawai‘i Board of Advisors. She and her husband, Eric Kunisaki, have two children currently at Punahou.
Kwock graduated from the University of Hawai‘i, John A. Burns School of Medicine and completed a Residency in Pediatrics from Duke University and a Fellowship in Pediatric Infectious Diseases from Stanford University. In 2000, he returned home to Hawai‘i and began private practice as a pediatrician. Kwock has served as Chief Medical Officer of Pali Momi Medical Center and Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Hawai‘i.
Kwock currently serves on Punahou’s Advisory Council for Student Safety, where he has helped to inform the School’s approach to student safety and well-being, and is a former president of the Punahou Alumni Association. He and his wife, Dr. Ann Kwock, are proud parents of four Punahou graduates.
Price, who attended Stanford University and earned a law degree from the University of California Berkeley’s Boalt Hall School of Law, spent his early career working in leadership roles at Bain & Company and GE. In 1992, he co-founded Texas Pacific Group (TPG) and helped to grow the company into one of the world’s largest private equity firms before launching several wineries in Sonoma, California.
Price is also a dedicated philanthropist, and holds positions as Trustee of the Gladstone Institute, a leading organization in the research and development of solutions to widespread disease; and as a board member of Common Sense Media, which rates, advocates and educates families and schools on media and technology for kids. He and his wife, Eva, have a daughter who will be entering Punahou as a 7th grader this fall.
“Ann, Doug and Bill are highly respected leaders in our community and engaged alumni,” said President Mike Latham ’86. “We are deeply grateful that they will lend their great talents, perspectives and energies to the future success of our School.”
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