Board of Directors

Cindy Namahoe


Cindy Namahoe is the CFO/manager of Contractors License Center and mother of two grown incredible young men. Completing WLS in 2001, C70, WLH is the result of a dream – an organization of WLS women working together to make our community/world a better place. Cindy loves to ride ziplines; the most exciting being the Voodoo Zipline in Las Vegas at night!

Angie Atkins

Vice President

Originally from Connecticut, Angie loves island-life! Studying PE and Public Health has inspired her to contribute to the wellness of our global community. She’s living a life of her dreams; empowering our future generations to lead healthy and happy lives-of-purpose. As a C116 grad, Angie’s honored to serve on a Board that’s committed to the support and growth of LS sisters through connection and positive contributions. Fun fact: While in grad school, Angie taught at a University in China one summer.

Claire Min


Claire Min, PSI IX, C-21, Vice President of Min Plastics and Supply, wife and mother of three and two doggies, enjoys oil painting. Involvement with WLH has provided opportunities to work with amazing women, collaborating, and contributing to our community. The most fulfilling part is being with women from so many diverse backgrounds, coming together as sisters and having fun!

Jill Kagawa

Recording Secretary

I was born and raised in Ohio and have called Oahu home for the last 12 years. I am a graduate of WLS C-115. Professionally, I am a Human Resources Manager for a local company. WLH provides me with the opportunity to connect and deepen my relationship with myself, my WLS sisters, and the Hawaii community through meetings, workshops, and community service projects. One thing that people may not know about me is that I have a creative side and love taking art classes in my spare time.

Annette "Netty" DesRochers

Corresponding Secretary

Originally from New Hampshire, Netty has called Hawaii her home away from home since 2008. Her skills in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) initially brought her to Hawaii when she accepted a job with NOAA in Honolulu and her role has expanded over time. Before joining NOAA, Netty worked for 10 years as a GIS manager for a small city in New York after she graduated from Long Island University with a Bachelor’s degree in Marine Biology. She recently earned her Executive MBA from UH and is seeking opportunities to make use of her 20+ years of expertise. She discovered PSI in 2012, is a graduate of WLS C-115, and is honored to join the Board and to belong to an inspiring and supportive community of sisters committed to working together and to making a positive difference! Fun Fact: She loves to tap and swing dance!