OT Association of Hawaii

OTAH Officers

Our officers serve in a volunteer capacity.  The 2019 officers are:

President:  Steve Nakata
Vice President:  Brooke Nakamura
Secretary:  Kara Crosson
Treasurer:  Hui-I Chen
Board of Directors:  Honolulu – Breanna Olden; Outer Island – Nancy Zionkowski
AOTA Representative (non-voting member):  Hilary Valentine

7 comments on “OTAH Officers

  1. OT Joni
    October 5, 2015

    Hi Hayden,

    Please contact places that you’re interested in volunteering at directly. We do not make volunteer referrals. The best bet is thinking of the places you want to be at and contacting them.


  2. OT Joni
    December 23, 2015

    Jennifer, thanks for stopping by. Please email your survey to us at otassociationofhawaii@gmail.com

  3. Lesli Wang
    June 23, 2016


    My name is Lesli Wang. Unsuccessful in finding a portable toilet safety that would allow my Mom to safely use a toilet away from home, I invented the Free2Go Rollator, the first product to combine bathroom safety AND mobility. My product has been extremely well-received by OTs here on the mainland. I will be on Oahu September 20th – 27th, and would love an opportunity to meet with OTs to discuss this innovative product. If you happen to have any meetings during that time, is it possible for me to join? I would be happy to provide snacks/refreshments.

    Please visit us at http://www.free2gomobility.com.

    Thank you!

    Free2Go Mobility Products

  4. Gary
    May 23, 2017

    Hello OTAH

    My name is Gary. I am looking for confirmed dates for the 2017 OTAH conference. The only information posted here is from last year. I need to book tickets in the next two days if possible. What are the confirmed dates and is there a listing of workshops yet?

    I noticed last year seemed more oriented for school OT. Will there be some workshops for physical disabilities this year?



    • OT Joni
      June 3, 2017

      We will be posting some info on this shortly. Thank you!

  5. Lyn
    April 14, 2019

    Does anyone of the officers know if it’s ethical and the scope of practice for a COTA to do progress notes in Hawaii?

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