Stroh Named to EHRB HHSC Board
Marcella Stroh was recently named to the East Hawai’i Regional Board of Hawai’i Health Systems Corporation.
The twelve-member board is responsive for governing Hilo Medical Center, Hale Ho’ola Hamakua, Ka’u Hospital, and ten general and specialty clinics in the region.
“Our community is indeed fortunate to have the services of Marcella, a talented and experienced leader,” said Kurt Corbin, East Hawai’i Regional Board Chair. “She joins a Board comprised of dedicated physicians, business executives, educators, and professionals who are committed to the ideals of providing exceptional health care regardless of ability to pay.
Stroh is the Senior Vice President and Commercial Banking Senior Manager for the Big Island at Central Pacific Bank.
“These are very exciting and important times in the healthcare industry in our community, therefore, it is an honor and privilege for me to be nominated to the East Hawai’i Regional Board,” said Stroh. “I look forward to sharing my expertise and long history of collaboration in the business/financial world for the benefit of our community’s healthcare that is very much needed in these crucial times.”
In addition to her role with CPB, Stroh is involved in the American Heart Association, the Hawai’i County Economic Opportunity Council, the County of Hawai’i’s Salary Commission, the Hilo Medical Center Foundation, the Hawai’i Island Chamber of Commerce and the Japanese Community Association.
Stroh earned her Associate’s Degree in Accounting and Secretarial Science from Hawai’i Community College; and attended ABA School of Bank Management and Marketing in Boulder, Colo. and AIB School of Executive Management in Madison, Wisc.
Along with Stroh’s recent appointment, the board recently announced that Wayne Kanemoto was recently appointed by Governor David Ige to the HHSC Corporate Board to represent the interests of the East Hawai’i Region. Kanemoto spent three years on the East Hawai’i board.