He also serves on the board of directors of the Japan-America Society of Hawaii, the I'olani School Board of Governors, and the Hawaii Pacific University Board of Trustees.
What does JASH stand for?
JASH stands for Japan-America Society of Hawaii
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We have 2 other meanings of JASH in our Acronym Attic
- Japan-America Society of Georgia (Atlanta, GA)
- Joint Advanced Study Group
- Joint Area Support Group (US Army)
- Joint Assessment Screening Group (UK)
- Joint Area Support Group - Central
- Japan Social Game Association (est. 2007)
- Japan-America Society of Greater Austin, Inc.
- Japan America Society of Greater Cincinnati (Ohio)
- Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia
- Joint Automated Single Guard Solution (JBC)
- Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health
- Japan Association for Safety of Hazardous Materials
- Journal for the Anthropological Study of Human Movement
- Jose Abad Santos High School (Manila, Philippines)
- Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
- Japan Association for Social Informatics
- Japan-America Society of Indiana (est. 1988; Indianapolis, IN)
- Justice and Safety Institute (Pennsylvania State University)
- Juvenile Arthritis Functional Status Index
- Juvenile Arthritis Self-Report Index (questionnaire)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But the Japan-America Society of Hawaii, which the prefecture said acted as a channel to the U.
Also on Tuesday, Earl Okawa, executive director of the Japan-America Society of Hawaii, presented $2,000 as a token of sympathy to each family, according to society members.
Satoh has been active in many local organizations, including the Japan-America Society of Hawaii as president, the Urasenke Foundation - Hawaii Chapter as vice president, the Board of Governors and past Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, past President for the Hawaii Bankers Association, Hawaii Business Roundtable, Honolulu Symphony Society, Nippon Club, Kansai Gaidai Hawaii College, The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii and the Honolulu Academy of Arts.
Throughout his career he has been active in the community and currently serves on the boards of the East-West Center, Hawaii Pacific University, Hawaii Community Reinvestment Corporation, The Japan-America Society of Hawaii, and The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii.