Mele Carroll

Mele Carroll DEMDemocrat

American politician

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Mele CarrollDEMDemocrat American politician
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Age at Death1964-2015
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Diana "Mele" Carroll (May 9, 1964 – February 18, 2015) was an American politician from Oahu, Hawaii, and a Democratic member of the Hawaii House of Representatives from February 4, 2005, to February 1, 2015, representing District 13. Carroll was initially appointed by Governor Linda Lingle to the vacancy caused by the resignation of Sol Kahoohalahala. On February 1, 2015, Carroll resigned from the Hawaii Legislature due to complications from cancer treatment. On February 18, 2015, Carroll died of cancer.

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Education4 - 4 of 2
Hawaii Community College
Attended Business
University of Hawaii-Manoa
Attended Business Administration
Past Positions1 - 11 of 11
Representative
Hawaii State House of Representatives
2005 - 2015
Majority Whip
Hawaii State House of Representatives
2011 - 2012
Experience
Hawaii State House of Representatives
Assistant Majority Floor Leader
Hawaii State House of Representatives
Chief Legislative Liaison
Hawaii State Legislature
Executive Assistant
Maui County Mayor
Former Chief Legislative Liaison
Hawaii State Legislature, Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa
Former Chief of Staff
State Senator J. Kalani English, Hawaii State Senate
Former Chief of Staff
Council Member J. Kalani English, Maui County Council
Former Executive Assistant
Maui County Mayor Alan Arakawa
Substance and Drug Abuse Liason
Maui County Former Lieutenant Governor's Office
Other Experience1 - 32 of 32
Board Member
Maui Economic Opportunity
2010 - Current
Board Vice President
Golden Castle Foundation
2010 - Current
Board President
Waikikena Foundation
2009 - Current
Vice President
Friends of Maui Memorial Medical Center
2005 - 2006
Board Director
Maui Adult Day Care Center
2001 - 2005
Administrative Specialist
Maui AIDS Foundation
1999 - 2004
Member
State Na Ala Hele Council
2003 - 2004
Volunteer
Alzheimer's Association Annual Memory Walk
2000 - 2001
Member
No Ka Oi Toastmasters
1999 - 2000
Board Director
"Relay for Life" Event, American Cancer Society
1998 - 1999
Board Secretary
Na Po'e Kokua
1998 - 1999
Committee Member
Arbor Week
1999
Member
Maui Steering Committee, Aloha Festivals
1999
Board Director
Pa'ia Youth and Cultural Center
1994 - 1995
Head Coach
Lahainaluna High School Girls Varsity Basketball Team
1989 - 1990
Member
Na Wahine Hui O Kamehameha Moku O Maui Heiau O Kahekili Helu Eha
Board President
Maui AIDS Foundation
Member
Maui AIDS Foundation
Vice President
Friends of Maui County Health
Member
Judiciary Committee
2009 - 2010
Member
Human Services Committee
2009 - 2010
Member
Consumer Protection and Commerce Committee
2009 - 2010
Member
Health Committee
2009 - 2010
Member
Water, Land & Ocean Resources Committee
2005 - 2008
Member
Finance Committee
2005 - 2008
Vice Chair
Hawaii Affairs Committee
2005 - 2008
Vice Chair
Energy & Environmental Committee
2007 - 2008
Chair
Legislative Hawaiian Caucus
2007 - Current
Member
Energy & Environmental Protection Committee
2005 - 2006
Member
State Cable Television Advisory Committee
2004 - 2005
Member
Maui County Emergency Medical Services Committee
2003 - 2004
Chair
Legislative Hawaiian Caucus of the Legislature