‘20 for the Next 20’ list features UH employees and alumni
University of Hawaiʻi employees and alumni have been honored on Hawaiʻi Business Magazine’s “20 for the Next 20” list.
The 20 people recognized on the “20 for the Next 20” list are believed to have an important impact on Hawaiʻi for the next two decades. Those selected have demonstrated intelligence, charisma, leadership and passion through their accomplishments and work.
Aimee Malia Grace
UH Mānoa – John A. Burns School of Medicine alumna
Director of Health Science Policy, University of Hawaiʻi
Aimee Malia Grace earned her medical degree from UH Mānoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine and a master’s in public health from Harvard. Currently, Grace is the director of health science policy at UH, where she directs the university’s strategic health initiatives and federal affairs. She also leads the UHealthy Hawaiʻi initiative, which aims to leverage UH’s health sciences programs to improve health care in the state and the Pacific. Read more on Grace.
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