Maui Group Executive Committee

The Maui Group Executive Committee (ex-com) has 9 members, who each serve for 2 years. Every fall, elections are held for 4 or 5 of the positions. The executive committee meets once/month at our office in Kahului. Between meetings, the members drive the various activities of the group through committees, which also include Sierra Club members not part of the executive committee.

If you are interested in being a candidate for the next round of elections, please contact us. If the number of members listed above is less than nine, we are currently short and the executive committee can appoint a member without waiting for the elections; in that case, don’t wait until the end of the year.

Any Sierra Club Maui member may add items to the ex-com’s agenda by emailing us at least a week prior. Sierra Club Maui members are invited to attend our monthly meetings. Please feel free to contact any of the Executive Committee members to give your feedback on issues. If you’re interested in attending a meeting – contact us.

See also previous Executive Committee members by year.



  1. Rob Weltman
    Rob is a retired software engineer with a lifelong love for the outdoors and for preserving and securing an environment that will sustain the plants and animals of our shared earth and the people who walk it. He sees bringing people of all ages and backgrounds into nature to experience the outdoors first hand a key element of building broad support for the action required to safeguard our natural resources.
  2. Janet Six

    Dr. Janet Six is an archaeologist, specializing in archaeology of sugar plantations and water policies. She’s worked on cultural/ecosystem restoration projects: Lo‘iloa (‘Iao Valley); the sacred site of Moku‘ula (Lāhainā); Pālau‘ea Cultural Preserve and documentary films: Ho‘okele Wa‘a and Nā Kupu Mana‘ola. Janet served earlier on the Sustainable Living Institute of Maui steering committee. She chairs the Maui County Cultural Resource Commission.
  3. Clare Apana
    Claire is a native of Wailuku, Maui, is a cultural practitioner and teacher who is deeply involved with cultural preservation issues throughout Maui. Clare received the Sierra Club’s Onipa‘a Award in 2013 for her long dedication to research and advocacy to protect Maui’s traditional cultural landscapes and burial areas. She has a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy and has a private practice in both Maui and Honolulu.
  4. Lucienne De Naie
    Lucienne de Naie is a long time Club member who has served as Chair and Vice-chair of the Sierra Club Hawaii Chapter Executive Committee. She is a researcher and writer whose passion is protection of native plants, streams, watersheds and cultural sites.
  5. Daniel Grantham
    Daniel has served on Maui Sierra Club board for 12 years, in a number of positions, including Chair. His years videotaping community and government meetings for public access TV has given him some familiarity with Maui issues. His science studies and electro-mechanical work background have fueled his interest in the practical and technical aspects of renewable energy and sustainability. Nature, he believes, illustrates the importance of decentralization to robust and resilient life support systems.
  6. Kim Toomey
    Kim is an active community volunteer and avid hiker who owned and managed a successful multi-million dollar business before moving to Maui five years ago. She also has experience as a director of project management. Kim looks forward to serving on the Maui Group Excom where she can contribute her professional skills in decision making, budgeting, presenting, and negotiating to help protect this unique and beautiful island.
  7. Paul McCurdy
    Dr Paul McCurdy is a veterinarian who practices companion and exotic animal medicine in Maui. Prior to moving to Maui, Paul worked as a production animal and working dog veterinarian in a rural region of New Zealand. He also spent some time with zoological/conservation medicine in Australia. He has a passion for native wildlife medicine. He volunteers for NOAA as a first responder for cetacean strandings, works with the Maui Ocean Institute at Maui Ocean Center taking care of their sea turtles, works with DLNR taking care of native wildlife and also volunteers with Maui Bird Conservation Center and the San Diego Zoo to help with diagnostics and treatment of the rare native avifauna of Maui. In his leisure time, Paul likes surfing, diving, gardening and hiking.
  8. Miranda Camp
    Miranda is a life-long member of the Sierra Club, has served on the
    board for the Maui Group as cochair, currently a volunteer hike leader, planted native forest with the Auwahi Project, volunteered with The Nature Conservancy to rid the preserves of invasive species and also volunteered as hike leader for the Waikamoi Native Forest hike in the Haleakalā National Park. She is currently a real estate agent, but with a background in Wildlife Biology, Maui’s natural environment, cultural history and preservation of open spaces will always be of highest priority in her life. In her spare time she is either snorkeling or hiking to waterfalls.