Hawaii's BBB Foundation Announces New Board of Director

  
     
Hawaii’s Better Business Bureau® Foundation (BBBF) announces the appointment of a new member of its Board of Directors.
May 22, 2014

Joining the Board of Directors is Jeffrey Mau. “Jeffrey embodies the spirit of community and brings passion, expertise and energy to the table. We are very fortunate to have him by our side as we continue to strengthen community in Hawai’i”, said Gregory D. Dunn, president of Hawaii’s BBBF.

Jeffrey Mau, BBBF’s newest board member, has been active in commercial real estate for over 25 years.  Mau is currently a Senior Asset Manager in the Commercial Real Estate Division of Kamehameha Schools, the largest private landowner in the State of Hawaii.  He holds a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Hawaii and is a graduate of the CCIM – Jay W. Levine Leadership Development Academy.

Jeffrey has always been an active volunteer, including previous Board of Director positions on the Kahala Business Association and the Waikiki Community Center.

Established in 1945, Hawaii’s Better Business Bureau® (BBB) is the local authority on trust in the marketplace. Only businesses and charities that meet and adhere to BBB standards can receive BBB accreditation. Through the support of over 2,650 local accredited businesses, BBB is able to offer free services to the community including BBB business and charity reviews and educational resources on topics affecting marketplace trust. BBB also offers fair and timely dispute resolution programs for consumers and businesses. Resources are available online at www.bbb.org.