Hawaii State Salaries 2013: Pay Inches Up in Office of Hawaiian Affairs
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The head of the state Office of Hawaiian Affairs will earn $11,000 more in 2013 than the previous year, while the elected Board of Trustees’ salaries remain the same.
Chief Executive Officer Kamanopono Crabbe started to receive an annual salary of $140,004 on July 1, which marked the beginning of the fiscal year. He is the highest-paid OHA employee.
Crabbe’s predecessor, Clyde Namuo, had an annual salary of $129,000 until he retired in December 2011.
The eight trustees will again make $55,440. The board’s chair, Colette Machado, will receive $63,204.