SOPHIA CHU WIGSTEN

Chairperson

Designation General Manager

Organization Hyatt Regency Guam

Sophia Chu Wigsten is the general manager for the Hyatt Regency Guam. Born in Taipei, Wigsten grew up in Guam, graduating from Academy of Our Lady of Guam in 1988 and went on to study at the University of Portland (Ore.), where she earned a bachelor’s in business administration in 1992. Upon graduation, a summer job as a sales assistant at the Palace Hotel Guam developed into a passion for and a career in the hospitality industry. She joined Hyatt Regency Guam in 1995 as business development manager, advancing from there including her most recent promotion to general manager in March 2014. In her 24 years in the industry, she has served more than once on the GHRA board and has also served on numerous committees for the Guam Visitors Burearu. She also sits on the Presidential Search Committee as community representative for the University of Guam. She is married to John Wigsten, and the couple has two daughters: Hallie and Ella.
Sophia Chu Wigsten is the general manager for the Hyatt Regency Guam. Born in Taipei, Wigsten grew up in Guam, graduating from Academy of Our Lady of Guam in 1988 and went on to study at the University of Portland (Ore.), where she earned a bachelor’s in business administration in 1992. Upon graduation, a summer job as a sales assistant at the Palace Hotel Guam developed into a passion for and a career in the hospitality industry. She joined Hyatt Regency Guam in 1995 as business development manager, advancing from there including her most recent promotion to general manager in March 2014. In her 24 years in the industry, she has served more than once on the GHRA board and has also served on numerous committees for the Guam Visitors Burearu. She also sits on the Presidential Search Committee as community representative for the University of Guam. She is married to John Wigsten, and the couple has two daughters: Hallie and Ella.
MARIE GUERRERO

First Vice Chairperson

Designation CEO

Organization B&G Pacific LLC dba Three Squares Restaurant

Marie started her food and beverage industry journey in 1989 while residing on the east coast. After returning to Guam in 95, she began to plant her roots by working for Planet Hollywood at the DFS Galleria in Tumon in 1997. Marie became a supervisor and swiftly climbed up the management ladder eventually leaving in 2008 with the title of Vice President and General Manager. Marie then joined the Sam Choy’s team as General Manager and led her team to transform the restaurant to what is now, Sea Grill. In 2011, she and her business partner opened the B & G Pacific LLC a local company known for institutional food services and catering. The new business flourished and in 2016 B&G opened Three Squares Restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Marie is also the Managing Director for Everything Guam LLC, which produces the Latte Stone and Sling Stone cookie lines which can be found in several stores on island. Everything Guam prides itself on gourmet, locally made cookies. These iconic latte stone shaped cookies are hand dipped in chocolate and are made by a team of local bakers with the goal of perpetuating the CHamoru culture through food. Marie currently sits as board member for the Guam Chamber, Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association, Co -Chair for the Food Safety task force, member of the Soroptimists of the Marianas and Past President for the Rotary Club of Guam. Marie is the mother to 5 children and 3 grandchildren and is a parishioner at Blessed Diego San Vitores Church.
Marie started her food and beverage industry journey in 1989 while residing on the east coast. After returning to Guam in 95, she began to plant her roots by working for Planet Hollywood at the DFS Galleria in Tumon in 1997. Marie became a supervisor and swiftly climbed up the management ladder eventually leaving in 2008 with the title of Vice President and General Manager. Marie then joined the Sam Choy’s team as General Manager and led her team to transform the restaurant to what is now, Sea Grill. In 2011, she and her business partner opened the B & G Pacific LLC a local company known for institutional food services and catering. The new business flourished and in 2016 B&G opened Three Squares Restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Marie is also the Managing Director for Everything Guam LLC, which produces the Latte Stone and Sling Stone cookie lines which can be found in several stores on island. Everything Guam prides itself on gourmet, locally made cookies. These iconic latte stone shaped cookies are hand dipped in chocolate and are made by a team of local bakers with the goal of perpetuating the CHamoru culture through food. Marie currently sits as board member for the Guam Chamber, Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association, Co -Chair for the Food Safety task force, member of the Soroptimists of the Marianas and Past President for the Rotary Club of Guam. Marie is the mother to 5 children and 3 grandchildren and is a parishioner at Blessed Diego San Vitores Church.
DEAN HUNTSMAN

Hotelier Vice Chairperson

Designation General Manager

Organization Dusit Thani Guam Resort

Dean Huntsman is the general manager for Dusit Thani Guam Resort and has more than two decades of experience in the travel and hospitality industry. His responsibilities include overseeing the performance, strategic direction and day-to-day operations of the 419-room property which includes a world class portfolio of food and beverage offerings, Devarana Spa and the Guam Convention Center. Huntsman has managed sales, business development and marketing teams around the globe -- including Oman, Indonesia, Korea, China, Hong Kong and Australia. He has worked as director of operations with the Jumeirah Group and served as the hotel manager of the Jumeirah Essex House in New York City. His hotel management career began in Switzerland, where he attended the prestigious Les Raches Hotel Management School. Huntsman is married to Charlotte D. Huntsman.
Dean Huntsman is the general manager for Dusit Thani Guam Resort and has more than two decades of experience in the travel and hospitality industry. His responsibilities include overseeing the performance, strategic direction and day-to-day operations of the 419-room property which includes a world class portfolio of food and beverage offerings, Devarana Spa and the Guam Convention Center. Huntsman has managed sales, business development and marketing teams around the globe -- including Oman, Indonesia, Korea, China, Hong Kong and Australia. He has worked as director of operations with the Jumeirah Group and served as the hotel manager of the Jumeirah Essex House in New York City. His hotel management career began in Switzerland, where he attended the prestigious Les Raches Hotel Management School. Huntsman is married to Charlotte D. Huntsman.
SUDIPTA BASU

Secretary / Treasurer

Designation General Manager

Organization Guam Plaza Resort and Spa

Sudipta Basu earned his bachelor's degree in hospitality management from Cornell University. In 2016, he was appointed general manager of Guam Plaza Resort & Spa, where he was oversight responsibility for Rootz Hill's Grillhouse, Nana's Cafe & Sails BBQ and Tarza Water Park. In his over 25 years of experience in the hospitality management industry, he has served as the CEO for Baldyga Group and worked for other luxury international hotel brands like Hyatt Hotels Corporation (North America), Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, Kempinski Hotels and the Taj groups of hotels. Basu has also opened several restaurants and night clubs in the United States and around the Asia Pacific region. He demonstrates his passion and commitment to the hospitality industry with his active membership in the Rotary Cub of Guam, Guam Hotel & Restaurant Association and the Guam Visitors Bureau. Basu, his wife and two children lived in Maui, Hawaii for five years before moving to Guam and becoming residents of Tumon in July 2011.
Sudipta Basu earned his bachelor's degree in hospitality management from Cornell University. In 2016, he was appointed general manager of Guam Plaza Resort & Spa, where he was oversight responsibility for Rootz Hill's Grillhouse, Nana's Cafe & Sails BBQ and Tarza Water Park. In his over 25 years of experience in the hospitality management industry, he has served as the CEO for Baldyga Group and worked for other luxury international hotel brands like Hyatt Hotels Corporation (North America), Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, Kempinski Hotels and the Taj groups of hotels. Basu has also opened several restaurants and night clubs in the United States and around the Asia Pacific region. He demonstrates his passion and commitment to the hospitality industry with his active membership in the Rotary Cub of Guam, Guam Hotel & Restaurant Association and the Guam Visitors Bureau. Basu, his wife and two children lived in Maui, Hawaii for five years before moving to Guam and becoming residents of Tumon in July 2011.
FRANK KENNEY

Restaurateur Vice Chairman

Designation President and Co-Owner

Organization Jamaican Grill Restaurants

Frank Kenney is the president and co-owner of Jamaican Grill Restaurants. A veteran of the United States Air Force, part of his military duty included tours in the Western Pacific region, which soon created a longing to return to the islands. He attended Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island, where he graduated with a bachelor’s of science in food service management. Upon graduation, Kenney accepted a job offer as Chef de Partie for the Hilton Guam Resort & Spa where he would later meet his future business partner, Timothy Murphy. Kenney’s career has been within the hospitality industry (restaurants & hotels), holding various line and management positions primarily in back-of-house operations.
Frank Kenney is the president and co-owner of Jamaican Grill Restaurants. A veteran of the United States Air Force, part of his military duty included tours in the Western Pacific region, which soon created a longing to return to the islands. He attended Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island, where he graduated with a bachelor’s of science in food service management. Upon graduation, Kenney accepted a job offer as Chef de Partie for the Hilton Guam Resort & Spa where he would later meet his future business partner, Timothy Murphy. Kenney’s career has been within the hospitality industry (restaurants & hotels), holding various line and management positions primarily in back-of-house operations.
TAE S. OH

Allied Vice Chairman

Designation President

Organization Alupang Apartments Corp. and Vantage Advertising

Tae S. Oh is the president of several different entities in diverse industries and is responsible for the overall corporate direction/decision making among Alupang Apartments Corp. (44 units), Alupang Residence Vacation Rental (10 units), Ivy Educational Services (After-school Tutorial), Shell Merizo (Service Station), Vantage Commercial Plaza (Commercial Retail and Office Rental), Vantage Advertising (Digital Billboard and Media), UNIO Commercial Plaza (Service Station and Commercial Plaza) and Proposed Apartments (136 units). Oh leads efforts to locate, source and select projects that the company will be involved with. He is a seasoned developer with experience in the rehabilitation of retail, commercial, multifamily properties. Because of his previous experience in diverse industries, he has comprehensive knowledge in government policies and regulations on Guam. As an active member of the business community, Oh is involved as chairman of the Guam Land Use Commission; board member of the Talo Verde Estates Home Owner’s Association, the Rotary Club of Guam and the Guam Korean Chamber of Commerce; and member of the Guam Chamber of Commerce, Society of American Military Engineers and Guam Contractors Association. He has been instrumental in the development of the vacation rental legislation, as well as the digital billboard sign law. As a local developer, he has extensive experience in negotiating and dealing with Department of Land Management, Guam Economic Development Authority Qualifying Certificate Program, Guam Visitors Bureau, 34th Guam Legislature, Guam Hotel & Restaurant Association and other government entities.
Tae S. Oh is the president of several different entities in diverse industries and is responsible for the overall corporate direction/decision making among Alupang Apartments Corp. (44 units), Alupang Residence Vacation Rental (10 units), Ivy Educational Services (After-school Tutorial), Shell Merizo (Service Station), Vantage Commercial Plaza (Commercial Retail and Office Rental), Vantage Advertising (Digital Billboard and Media), UNIO Commercial Plaza (Service Station and Commercial Plaza) and Proposed Apartments (136 units). Oh leads efforts to locate, source and select projects that the company will be involved with. He is a seasoned developer with experience in the rehabilitation of retail, commercial, multifamily properties. Because of his previous experience in diverse industries, he has comprehensive knowledge in government policies and regulations on Guam. As an active member of the business community, Oh is involved as chairman of the Guam Land Use Commission; board member of the Talo Verde Estates Home Owner’s Association, the Rotary Club of Guam and the Guam Korean Chamber of Commerce; and member of the Guam Chamber of Commerce, Society of American Military Engineers and Guam Contractors Association. He has been instrumental in the development of the vacation rental legislation, as well as the digital billboard sign law. As a local developer, he has extensive experience in negotiating and dealing with Department of Land Management, Guam Economic Development Authority Qualifying Certificate Program, Guam Visitors Bureau, 34th Guam Legislature, Guam Hotel & Restaurant Association and other government entities.
JIM HERBERT

Board Director

Designation General Manager

Organization Triple J Guam

NICK SONG

Board Director

Designation General Manager

Organization Westin Resort Guam

BARTLEY A. JACKSON

Board Director

Designation President

Organization Hotel Santa Fe Guam

Bartley A. Jackson, the president of Hotel Santa Fe Guam, will sit on the board for the Guam Hotel & Restaurant Association this year, with over 10 years of experience as a member of the board of directors. He has also served on the Guam Chamber of Commerce and Guam Visitors Bureau boards of director, and has been an elected director of GVB seven times. On the GVB board, he sat concurrently as the chairman of the Korea Marketing Committee and the Russia and New Markets Committee. Jackson spent 21 years with the Pacific Islands Club and left the organization four years ago to pursue other endeavors. Foremost among these was hotel ownership. He is now part of the ownership group of the Hotel Santa Fe Guam. Jackson serves as the general manager and president of the hotel. He is also the chief operating officer of an institutional and commercial food service provider — B&G Pacific LLC. After completing college at the University of Virginia in 1980, he worked for Club Med, a Parisbased resort company. Originally hired as a snow-ski instructor in Colorado, he went on to work in such exotic locales as Switzerland, Mexico, Guadalupe, Haiti, Sicily and Greece. After leaving Club Med in 1983, Jackson earned a master’s in business administration from Columbia University in New York. He worked in the securities industry until he joined the management team of PIC Guam in 1990. While on Guam, Jackson was chairman of GHRA’s Human Resources and Education Committee. In 1994, he transferred to PIC Saipan as its general manager. In Saipan, Jackson was a twice-elected member of the Marianas Visitors Authority board of directors and a founding member of the Northern Marianas College Tourism Learning Center Advisory Board. In 1999, Jackson was a member of the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands softball team, which won a gold medal at the South Pacific Games held in Guam. He and his wife, Rita, have made Guam their home and live in Tamuning. They have two sons, Jacob and Jonathan.
Bartley A. Jackson, the president of Hotel Santa Fe Guam, will sit on the board for the Guam Hotel & Restaurant Association this year, with over 10 years of experience as a member of the board of directors. He has also served on the Guam Chamber of Commerce and Guam Visitors Bureau boards of director, and has been an elected director of GVB seven times. On the GVB board, he sat concurrently as the chairman of the Korea Marketing Committee and the Russia and New Markets Committee. Jackson spent 21 years with the Pacific Islands Club and left the organization four years ago to pursue other endeavors. Foremost among these was hotel ownership. He is now part of the ownership group of the Hotel Santa Fe Guam. Jackson serves as the general manager and president of the hotel. He is also the chief operating officer of an institutional and commercial food service provider — B&G Pacific LLC. After completing college at the University of Virginia in 1980, he worked for Club Med, a Parisbased resort company. Originally hired as a snow-ski instructor in Colorado, he went on to work in such exotic locales as Switzerland, Mexico, Guadalupe, Haiti, Sicily and Greece. After leaving Club Med in 1983, Jackson earned a master’s in business administration from Columbia University in New York. He worked in the securities industry until he joined the management team of PIC Guam in 1990. While on Guam, Jackson was chairman of GHRA’s Human Resources and Education Committee. In 1994, he transferred to PIC Saipan as its general manager. In Saipan, Jackson was a twice-elected member of the Marianas Visitors Authority board of directors and a founding member of the Northern Marianas College Tourism Learning Center Advisory Board. In 1999, Jackson was a member of the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands softball team, which won a gold medal at the South Pacific Games held in Guam. He and his wife, Rita, have made Guam their home and live in Tamuning. They have two sons, Jacob and Jonathan.
JEFFREY W. SCHWEIZER

10th Board Member

Designation President

Organization Asia Pacific Hotels, Inc.

2019
Jeffrey Schweizer, Fiesta Resort Guam - Chairman
Bartley Jackson, Santa Fe - First Vice Chairman
Sophia Chu Wigsten, Hyatt Regency Guam – Treasurer/Secretary
Steve Solberg, Outrigger Guam Beach Resort - Hotelier Vice Chairman
Darren Talai, International Dining Concepts – Restaurateur Vice Chairman
Jay Shedd, Sorensen Pacific Broadcasting - Allied Vice Chairman
Toshi Doi, LeoPalace Resort Guam – Board Director
Frank Kenney, Jamaican Grill - Board Director
Edson Lai, Quality Distributors - Board Director
Tae Oh, Vantage Advertising - 10th Board Member
2018
Jeffrey Schweizer, Fiesta Resort Guam - Chairman
Steve Solberg, Outrigger Guam Beach Resort - First Vice Chair
Jim Herbert, Triple J Five Star Wholesale Foods – Treasurer, Secretary
Toshi Doi, LeoPalace Resort Guam – Hotelier Vice Chairman
Darren Talai, International Dining Concepts – Restaurateur Vice Chairman
Jay Shedd, Sorensen Pacific Broadcasting - Allied Vice Chairman
Roy Abraham, Pacific Star Resort & Spa – Director
Sophia Chu Wigsten, Hyatt Regency Guam – Director
Josh Suka, Sea Grill - Director
Bartley Jackson, Santa Fe - 10th Board Member
2017
Joe Blas, Hotel Nikko Guam – Chairman
Sophia Chu Wigsten, Hyatt Regency Guam – First Vice Chair
Jim Herbert, Triple J Five Star Wholesale Foods – Treasurer/Secretary
Steve Solberg, Outrigger Guam Beach Resort – Hotelier Vice Chairman
Darren Talai, International Dining Concepts – Restaurateur Vice Chairman
Edson Lai, Quality Distributors – Allied Vice Chairman
Jeffrey Schweizer, Fiesta Resort Guam - Board Director
Josh Suka, Sea Grill - Board Director
Bartley Jackson, Hotel Santa Fe, 10th Board Member
2016
Joe Blas, Hotel Nikko Guam – chairman
Sophia Chu Wigsten, Hyatt Regency Guam – first vice chairman
Jim Herbert, Triple J Five Star Wholesale Foods – secretary/treasurer
Roy Abraham, Pacific Star Resort & Spa – vice chairman hotelier
Supdipta Basu, Baldyga Group – vice chairman restaurateur
Edson Lai, Quality Distributors – vice chairman allied industry
Simeon Miranda, Outrigger Guam Beach Resort – board director
Toshi Doi, LeoPalace Resort Guam – board director
Darren Talai, California Pizza Kitchen – board director
2015
Bartley Jackson, Hotel Santa Fe – chairman
Joe Blas, Hotel Nikko Guam – first vice chairman
Roy Abraham, Pacific Star Resort & Spa – vice chairman hotelier
Sudipta Basu, SandCastle, vice chairman restaurateur
Jim Herbert, Triple J Five Star Wholesale – secretary/treasurer
Ilmo Kwan, Hyatt Regency Guam – board director
Ken Yanagisawa, Pacific Islands Club Guam – board director
Gary Schiff, Subway Guam – board director
Edson Lai, Quality Distributors – board director
2014
Bartley Jackson, Hotel Santa Fe – chairman
Noboru Izumi, STARTS Guam Golf Resort – first vice chairman
Gary Schiff, Subway Guam – vice chairman restaurateur
Laura Lynn Dacanay, First Hawaiian Bank – secretary/treasurer
Jeffrey Schweizer, Fiesta Resort Guam – board director
Roy Abraham, Pacific Star Resort & Spa – board director
Ilmo Kwon, Hyatt Regency Guam – board director
Sudipta Basu, SandCastle Guam – board director
Edson Lai, Quality Distributors – board director
Jim Herbert, Triple J Five Star Wholesale Foods – board director
2013
Bartley Jackson, Hotel Santa Fe Guam – chairman
Noboru Izumi, STARTS Guam Golf Resort Inc. – first vice chairperson
Laura-Lynn Dacanay, First Hawaiian Bank – treasurer/secretary
Toshi Doi, The Westin Resort Guam – vice chairman hotelier
Gary Schiff, Subway Guam/Saipan – Pacific Region AAFES & NEXCOM, Japan Subway, vice chairman restaurateur
Jim Herbert, Triple J Five Star Wholesale Foods Inc. – vice chairman allied
Jeffrey Schweizer, Fiesta Resort Guam – board director
Jan-Hendrick Meidinger, Hyatt Regency Guam – board director
Sudipta Basu, Baldyga Group – board director
Ed Lai, Quality Distributors – board director
2012
Bartley Jackson, Hotel Santa Fe Guam – chairman
Jeffrey Schweizer, Fiesta Resort Guam – first vice chairman
Noboru Izumi, STARTS Guam Golf Resort Inc. – vice chairman hotelier
Gary Schiff, Subway Guam/Saipan – AAFES & NEXCOM Japan Subway – vice chairman restaurateur
Jim Herbert, vice chairman allied
Rizk Saad, Pacific Dining LLC – treasurer/secretary
Craig Thompson, MCV Broadband – board director
Toshi Doi, Westin Resort Guam – board director
Jan-Hendrick Meidinger, Hyatt Regency Guam – board director
Laura-Lynn Dacanay, First Hawaiian Bank – board director
2011
Bartley Jackson, Pacific Islands Club Guam – chairman
Charlene Goo, Outrigger Hotels & Resorts, OHANA Hotels & Resorts, first vice chairperson
Jim Herbert, Triple J Five Star Wholesale Foods Inc. – vice chairman allied
Rizk Saad, SandCastle Guam Inc. – treasurer/secretary
Laura-Lynn Dacanay, First Hawaiian Bank – board director
Noboru Izumi, STARTS Guam Golf Resort Inc. – board director
Jeffrey Schweizer, Fiesta Resort Guam – board director
Brian Artero, Lone Star Steakhouse and Chili’s Grill & Bar – board director
Craig Thompson, MCV Broadband – board director
Toshi Doi, The Westin Resort Guam – board director
2010
Bartley Jackson, Pacific Islands Club Guam – chairman
Charlene Goo, Outrigger Hotels & Resorts, OHANA Hotels & Resorts – first vice chairperson
Rizk Saad, SandCastle Guam Inc. – treasurer/secretary
Sophia Chu Wigsten, Hyatt Regency Guam – vice chairperson hotelier
Kazunari Endo, Inhouse Creative Inc., vice chairperson restaurateur
Jim Herbert, Triple J Five Star Wholesale Foods Inc. – vice chairman allied
Jeffrey Schweizer, Fiesta Resort Guam – board director
Brian Artero, Lone Star Steadhouse & Saloon – board director
Craig Thompsonpson, MCV Broadband – board director
Toshi Doi, The Westin Resort Guam – board director
2009
Jeffrey Schweizer, Fiesta Resort Guam – chairman
Bartley Jackson, Pacific Islands Club Guam – first vice chairman
Rizk Saad, SandCastle Guam Inc. – treasurer/secretary
Charlene Goo, Outrigger Hotels & Resorts, OHANA Hotels & Resorts – vice chairman hotelier
Brian Artero, Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon – vice chairman restaurateur
Jim Herbert, Triple J Five Star Wholesale Foods Inc. – vice chairman allied
Joe Blas, Hotel Nikko Guam – board director
Sophia Chu Wigsten, Hyatt Regency Guam – board director
Craig Thompson, MCV Broadband – board director
Mark Day, Aurora Resort Villa & Spa – board director
2008
Charlene Goo, Outrigger Guam Resort – chairperson
Rizk Saad, SandCastle Guam Inc. – first vice chairman
Jeffrey Schweitzer, Fiesta Resort Guam – vice chairman hotelier
Lee Babb, Anheuser-Busch Asia Inc. – vice chairman allied
Brian Artero, Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon – vice chairman restaurateur
Sophia Chu Wigsten, Hyatt Regency Guam – secretary/treasurer
Joe Blas, Hotel Nikko Guam – board director
Bartley Jackson, Pacific Islands Club Guam – board director
George Lai, Quality Distributors – board director
Richard Rennie, Café Havana – board director
2007
Richard Rennie, Royal Orchid Hotel – chairman
Bartley Jackson, Pacific Islands Club Guam – first vice chairman
Oscar Miyashita, Ernst & Young LLP – treasurer/secretary
Jeffrey Schweizer, Fiesta Resort Guam – vice chairman hotelier
Marie Guerrero, Planet Hollywood – vice chairman restaurateur
George Lai, Quality Distributors – vice chairman allied industries
Charlene Goo, Outrigger Hotels & Resorts, OHANA Hotels & Resorts – board director
Rizk Saad, SandCastle Guam – board director
Sophia Chu Wigsten, Hyatt Regency Guam – board director
Lee Babb, Anheuser-Busch Asia Inc. – board director
2006
Bartley Jackson, Pacific Islands Club Guam – chairman
Richard Rennie, Royal Orchid Hotel – first vice chairman
Oscar Miyashita, Ernst & Young LLP – treasurer/secretary
Charlene Goo, Outrigger Hotels & Resorts, OHANA Hotels & Resorts – vice chairman hotelier
Marie Guerrero, Planet Hollywood – vice chairman restaurateur
George Lai, Quality Distributors – vice chairman allied industries
Yutaka Maruyama, LeoPalace Resort Guam – board director
Frank Liepman, Guam Marriott Resort & Spa – board director
Rizk Saad, Baldyga Group International – board director
Lee Babb, Anheuser-Busch Asia Inc. – board director
2005
Bartley Jackson, Pacific Islands Club Guam – chairman
Mustafa Issa, Hyatt Regency Guam – first vice chairman
Oscar Miyashita, Ernst & Young LLP – treasurer
Marie Guerrero, Planet Hollywood – secretary
Richard Rennie, Royal Orchid Hotel – vice chairman hotelier
Brian Artero, Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon – vice chairman restaurateur
George Lai, Quality Distributors – vice chairman allied industries
Yutaka Maruyama, The Westin Resort Guam – board director
Tom Shimizu, Ambros Inc. – board director
Charlene Goo, Outrigger Hotels & Resorts, OHANA Hotels & Resorts – board director
2004
Manfred Pieper, Hilton Guam Resort & Spa – chairman
Mustafa Issa, Hyatt Regency Guam – first vice chairman
Richard Rennie, Outrigger Guam Resort, OHANA Bayview and OHANA Oceanview – vice chairman hotelier
Brian Artero, Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon – vice chairman restaurateur
Tom Shimizu, Ambros Inc. – vice chairman allied industries
Joe Blas, Hotel Nikko Guam – secretary
Monte Mesa, Guam Premier Outlets – treasurer
Marie Guerrero, Planet Hollywood – board director
George Lai, Quality Distributors – board director
Yutaka Maruyama, The Westin Resort Guam – board director
2003
Bartley Jackson, Pacific Islands Club Guam – chairman
Manfred Pieper, Hilton Guam Resort & Spa – first vice chairman
Mustafa Issa, Hyatt Regency Guam – vice chairman hotelier
Steven Kasperbauer, Alupang Beach Club – vice chairman allied industries
Brian Artero, Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon – vice chairman restaurateur
Oscar Miyashita, Ernst & Young LLP – treasurer
Monte Mesa, Guam Premier Outlets – secretary
Richard Rennie, SandCastle Guam – board director
Clifford Olson, Outrigger Guam Resort – board director
Joe Blas, Hotel Nikko Guam – board director
2002
Bartley Jackson, Pacific Islands Club – chairman
Clifford Olson, Outrigger Guam Resort – first vice chairman
Manfred Pieper, Hilton Guam Resort & Spa – vice chairman hotelier
Steven Kasperbauer, Alupang Beach Club – vice chairman allied industries
Oscar Miyashita, Ernst & Young LLP – treasurer
Joe Blas, Hotel Nikko Guam – secretary
David Alcorn, King’s Restaurant – board director
Brian Artero, Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon – board director
Jun Ishida, Alte Hotel & Golf Resort – board director
Mustafa Issa, Hyatt Regency Guam – board director
2001
Manfred Pieper, Hilton Guam Resort & Spa – vice chairman hotelier
Dorsey Brady, Outrigger Guam Resort – first vice chairman
Bartley Jackson, Pacific Islands Club Guam – vice chairman hotelier
Mike Crisostomo, Kurumaya Seahorse – vice chairman restaurateur
Oscar Miyashita, Ernst & Young LLP – vice chairman allied industries
Steven Kasperbauer, Alupang Beach Club – treasurer
Joe Blas, Hotel Nikko Guam – secretary
Charles Abbott, The Westin Resort Guam – board director
David Alcorn, King’s Restaurant – board director
2000
Dorsey Brady, Outrigger Guam Resort – chairman
Herman Erlich, Hilton Guam Resort & Spa – first vice chairman
Charles Abbott, The Westin Resort Guam – secretary
Oscar Miyashita, Ernst & Young LLP – treasurer
Bartley Jackson, Pacific Islands Club Guam – vice chairman hotelier
David Alcorn, King’s Restaurants – vice chairman restaurateur
Steven Kasperbauer, Alupang Beach Club – vice chairman allied industries
1999
Dorsey Brady, Outrigger Guam Resort – chairman
Leilani Kirkes, Aston Inn on the Bay – first vice chairman
David Ying, Hyatt Regency Guam – secretary
Oscar Miyashita, Ernst & Young LLP – treasurer
Ralph Harrison, Pacific Islands Club Guam – vice chairman hotelier
Mike Crisostomo, Kurumaya Seahorse – vice chairman restaurateur
Steven Kasperbauer, Alupang Beach Club – vice chairman allied industries
Erol Miftahittin, Onward Beach Resort – board member
1998
Erol Miftahittin, Onward Beach Resort – chairman
Dorsey Brady, Outrigger Guam Resort – first vice chairman
David Ying, Hyatt Regency Guam – secretary
Robert Fitzner, The Westin Resort Guam – treasurer
Ralph Harrison, Pacific Islands Club Guam – vice chairman hotelier
Mike Crisostomo, Kurumaya Seahorse – vice chairman
Steven Kasperbauer, Alupang Beach Club – vice chairman allied industries
Oscar Miyashita, Ernst & Young LLP – board member
1997
Gerard Guedon, The Parc Hotel – chairman
Herman Ehrlich, Guam Hilton Hotel – first vice chairman
David Ying, Hyatt Regency Guam – secretary
Tsuyoshi Hashiba, Guam Hotel Okura – treasurer
Erol Miftahittin, Onward Agana Beach Hotel – vice chairman hotelier
Jon Gersonde, SandCastle Guam – vice chairman restaurateur
Steven Kasperbauer, Alupang Beach Club – vice chairman allied industries
1996
Erol Miftahittin, Onward Agana Beach Hotel – vice chairman
David Ying, Hyatt Regency Guam – first vice chairman
Herman Ehrlich, Guam Hilton Hotel – secretary
Rizk Saad, SandCastle Guam – treasurer
Ralph Harrison, Pacific Islands Club Guam – vice chairman hotelier
Mike Crisostomo, Kurumaya Restaurant – vice chairman restaurateur
Steven Kasperbauer, Alupang Beach Club – vice chairman membership
1995
Erol Miftahittin, Onward Agana Beach Hotel – chairman
David Ying, Hyatt Regency Guam – first vice chairman
Manfred Pieper, Guam Hilton Hotel – secretary
Rizk Saad, SandCastle Guam – treasurer
Ralph Harrison, Pacific Islands Club – vice chair hotelier
Mike Crisostomo, Kurumaya Restaurant – vice chairman restaurateur
1972
Manfred Toennes, Guam Hilton Hotel Inc.
Shinya Hasegawa, Guam Dai-Ichi Hotel Inc.
Sir Thomas Hambleton, Fujita Guam Tumon Beach Hotel
Minoru Muraoka, Cliff Hotel
Masonori Kobayashi, Guam Okura Hotel Inc.
Wilfred Hagen, The Guam Continental

(Due to limited GHRA records, board member information from 1973 to 1994 is not available).

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