Eva Andrade is the current President for the Hawaii Family Forum, a 501C3 educational organization that has promoted LIFE, FAITH, FAMILY and RELIGIOUS FREEDOM in Hawaii since 1998. Eva Andrade has been involved in education on public policy issues in Hawai’i since 1994. As the current President for Hawaii Family Forum (HFF), a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening Hawaii’s families, Eva has assisted families in Hawaii by providing research and education on a variety of issues important to the community. Before coming to HFF, Ms. Andrade worked for eight years at the Hawaii Catholic Conference, the public policy arm for the Roman Catholic Church in the State of Hawaii. She has been actively involved in the defense of the family on such high profile issues as marriage protection, the protection of keiki, and doctor-assisted suicide. Originally from Pearl City, she currently lives in Mililani and has two daughters and four grandchildren. She is a current and active member of the Hawaii Catholic Conference Board of Directors.
Allen Cardines, Jr.
Chairman of the Board
Allen Cardines, Jr. is the current Director of Community Relations for Hawaii Family Forum. He was instrumental in bringing a new spirit of aloha into the secular marketplace and started a dynamic grassroots movement in Hawai’i called the “Power of Aloha.” He is passionate about spreading the love of aloha (God’s grace) into every level and sector of society, especially public policy. He has made it his mission to share the power of aloha in local schools, corporate business related industries, the military, government agencies and non-profit groups. He is married to Mari and together they have three beautiful children. He is also the Pastor of Hope Chapel Nanakuli.
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