Kūhiō Lewis is the President and CEO of the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, a national intermediary that supports over 300 members. Lewis is responsible for the execution of the organizations mission and management of 34 staff statewide. He previously worked at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, responsible for advancing the organization’s civic engagement initiatives with oversight of a $2.3 million program budget. Lewis is a beneficiary of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act and past President of the Kapolei Community Development Corporation. While there, Lewis brokered the largest community benefit agreement in the state worth over $30 million. He also serves on a number of non-profit boards and commissions.