Governing Board Members
GB Directors


Governing Board Member bios

Pam Elders was a Head Start Director for 25 years, and before retiring in 2008 worked as Operations Director in a large non-profit human services agency. She was  a founding member of the alliance to convert LCPCS to a charter school and wrote the Federal grant which brought $450,000 to the planning and implementation effort. She looks forward to working with the community, families and staff to fulfill the school's vision of graduating successful learners who are job, school and life-ready.

Alfred Kent is a retired engineer and has lived in Papa'aloa since 2011. In addition to serving on the LCPCS Governing Board, he is a Volunteer Assistant Coach for the County Novice Swim Team at Laupahoehoe Pool. For 4 years, he was a member of the Board of 
COM Aquatics in Texas, served as Chair for 2 years, and taught International Business to 6th Graders for Junior Achievement. Alfred graduated from Iolani School in Honolulu and took an advanced degree in Mechanical Engineering from Rice University. He worked in the International Oil and Gas Industry for over 32 years and raised 3 boys.

Trevor Gloor is a retired public school teacher, after 17 years with Hawaii's DOE. Assignments throughout the years include 4th and 5th grade classrooms, middle and high school Art, Social Studies and implementation of the 2nd-9th grade gifted and talented program. Trevor has built several homes in Washington State and Hawaii. He is currently Choice Theory/Reality Therapy certified, a psychology of internal control and positive choice, with Dr. William Glasser Institute. He lives with his wife, Laurel, in Papa'aloa, and celebrates being a grandpa and great-grandpa.

Jessica Kaneakua is the current School Database Administrator at LCPCS and has been at the school since SY 2014-2015. She has lived and worked on Molokai in the field of public health, then relocated to Hawaii Island where she has worked within both education and non-profit sectors. She received a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Macalester College and a Master of Arts in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Connecticut. She serves as a Board Member on the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Native Hawaiian Revolving Loan Fund (NHRLF) Board, which works to improve the lives of Native Hawaiians through financial assistance.
Kelly Campbell is the mother of 5 boys that have kept her very busy. She has cleaned houses, worked as a Human Resource Assistant, a Town Clerk and other office professions. She was blessed to be able to stay home most of the time while having younger kids at home. Since they have all been in school, she has worked at Laupahoehoe Community Public Charter School as a Paraprofessional where she has worked with pre-school, lower elementary and the last two years in High School Special Education. She is the lead parent for our Hui Makua Group and loves being involved in the community and church where she has served in various positions.

Paula Dickey, LCPCS Student Records Coordinator, has more than 25 years of experience in education, including teaching, coaching, counseling, coordinating, and directing the Hilo Intermediate School's Summer Enrichment Program. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Education, double majoring in School and Community Health. As a 20+ year resident of Laupahoehoe, parent and faculty member, she brings a well-rounded perspective to her position. She is motivated to see the school and every child at LCPCS succeed.

Daphnie Martins is an alumni of Laupahoehoe High and Elementary School. She was born and raised in Laupahoehoe and her family have deep roots in the community. She is married and helps in the running of her husbands trucking company. She is a Cosmetologist in her own salon and a Hair Rep for a luxury hair care line. She is also blessed with the opportunity to be a work at home mom of three rambunctious little ones (6,5,2). Her passion for more opportunities for our keiki is her biggest driving force.