Punahou is deeply grateful to the countless individuals who contribute to the School in various ways.
Landon Morgado ’06
Despite having a fast and furious career, Landon Morgado ’06 continues to prioritize giving back to Punahou as a donor and volunteer. He recently accepted a role to lead Creator Partnerships for the White House, after working for Instagram and Facebook in New York. He remains, however, an active member of Punahou Alumni Association’s New York chapter (PAANY) and served on his Class Reunion Committee this year. “Staying connected to Punahou by volunteering helps me stay connected to my classmates and to Hawai‘i,” he said. “Especially during this unique past year, it’s been awesome to know I can make a difference at our School no matter where I am in the world.”
Lia Sheehan ’88
As an alumna and mother of two Punahou graduates, Kiani ’19 and Kea ’21, Lia Sheehan ’88 has generously offered the School her time and talents over the past decade, serving on the Parent Faculty Association, Parent Leadership Giving Council, several Reunion committees, as an Intermediate Girls Soccer Coach and May Day hula instructor. “Punahou is an important part of my life,” she said. “This community nourishes me, and it is an honor to contribute whenever and wherever I can.”