Sheri-Ann Daniels assumed the helm of Papa Ola Lōkahi in April 2016.
Born and raised on Maui, Dr. Sheri-Ann Daniels is a graduate of the Kamehameha Schools - Kapālama campus. She holds degrees in the field of counseling psychology and has several license certifications. She has more than 25 years of experience in social services programs across Hawai’i in both the non-profit and government sectors.
She was recognized in 2014 with the Maui County Women of Excellence award. Other awards include the Pacific Business News - 40 under 40 (2010) and Ka Ipu Kukui Fellow (2008). She is actively involved in various community organizations on Maui, including Hawaiian Language education.
“This is the time to continue building partnerships and bridging gaps in order to address the overall health needs of Native Hawaiians.”
Beginning in early 2020, Sheri shared co-leadership for the Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander Hawaii COVID-19 Response, Recovey & Resilience Team (NHPI 3R), for which Papa Ola Lōkahi served as the backbone organization. Committed to meeting the needs of our community through public policy and strategic partnerships, she was named among the Pacific Business News' 2022 Women Who Mean Business.