Marion Paul

DSCN2458bMarion Paul is the President of KPAA and coordinates Keiki to Career Kauai, an island-wide movement to create great futures for Kauai’s youth. Before joining KPAA, Marion served as Executive Director of San Diego Social Venture Partners, a philanthropic group that selects innovative non-profits and invests funds and management expertise to help them grow and achieve their mission. Previously, Marion served as Executive Director of the Equinox Center, a non-profit whose mission is to balance the San Diego region’s quality of life, including protecting San Diego’s unique environment, with the need for economic growth. As Executive Vice President of Junior Achievement, Marion operated a $1.6 million non-profit and raised several million dollars to create a 10,000 square foot mini-city called BizTown, where students learn how to run businesses and manage their money. Marion is active in the community, and serves on the boards of the Hanalei Bay Rotary and Junior Achievement of Kauai.


Jason Iloreta (part-time)

Jason is the Cjason_profileommunications Assistant for Keiki to Career. A true local boy, he grew up in Wailua and went through the Kapaʻa schools graduating from Kapaa High in 2010. He went on to attend Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington receiving his B.A. in Sociology in 2014. He also serves as the Program Assistant for Leadership Kauaʻi and facilitates leadership courses for high school students. Jason is high involved within the special needs community on Kauaʻi, serving as a coach for Special Olympics and a leader of Able Ministry, a local special needs ministry.