Stephanie Nakamura

Stephanie Nakamura currently serves as an Instructor/Chair for the Tourism & Hospitality program at Palau Community College in the Republic of Palau. As the Instructor of this program, Stephanie is responsible for teaching Tourism & Hospitality related courses, developing course curriculum and ensuring that they meet college and department standards, assessing student progress through assignments and tests, supervising and coordinating approximately fifty (50) students a semester with program activities, planning lessons and assignments, networking with private companies to place graduates in field related work, and acting as advisor to the Tourism Club. Stephanie is also part of the Republic of Palau Tourism Policy Framework Steering Committee and serves as a member of the Belau Tourism Association. In addition to her position at Palau Community College, Stephanie remains active in a family business running the local newspaper company, Tia Belau, overseeing operations. Stephanie completed her Bachelor of Science in the School of Travel Industry Management with an emphasis in Hospitality from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2007 and graduated with a Master's degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in San Diego, California in 2010.


Other Participants of ELDP Pacific 2017

Anjanette Kattil
Crystal Angela Sana-Ekichy
Ealani Flores
Edolem Ikerdeu
Elina Paul
Everdil Rechebei
Heidi Sigrah
Jerrick Hernandez
Jewel Tuiasosopo
Jonathan Francis Waayan Chugen
Joseph Saimon
Junior Paul
Lover Haimin
Marjorie Anne Daria
Matthew Deleon Guerrero
Sapioamoa Galeai
Shem Livai
Sophia Diaz
Sweety Kalbesang
Tracy Guerrero
Tracy Norita

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