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UH regents’ administrator leaving for the private sector

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The administrator for the University of Hawaii Board of Regents is stepping down to take a position in the private sector, the UH announced tonight.

Keith Amemiya, the regents’ executive administrator and secretary since March 2010, is leaving to become a senior vice president at Island Holdings Inc., parent company of Island Insurance, Atlas Insurance, Tradewind Capital, and other businesses. His last day with the regents will be Nov. 30.

 Amemiya has served as a liaison between the regents and University leadership, managed the board’s staff, and scheduled board meetings, the UH said.

 The board has started the recruitment process to replace Amemiya.

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