Kamehameha’s organizational structure is comprised of seven major operating groups, with the leader of each group reporting directly to the CEO. The CEO and his seven direct reports comprise ‘Aha Kūlia, which means a council that strives, or makes a great effort. The seven groups are Education, Administration, Communications, Community Engagement and Resources, Finance, Legal and Strategy and Innovation.
The CEO is responsible for the leadership, administration, management and effectiveness of Kamehameha Schools' operations, including planning, coordinating, and directing the implementation of the KS strategic plan, all other strategic plans and the policies, goals, and objectives set by the trustees.
The Education Group delivers educational programs, services and support at KS’ campuses and preschools, in community and cultural programs, and through networks and systems work.
The Administration Group oversees key enterprise-wide administrative services and functions including human resources, information technology, facilities, enterprise risk and safety, and certain educational supports.
The Communications Group protects and advances KS’ brand and builds positive relationships with key stakeholders, through its three divisions: Creative Services, Communications, and Community Relations.
Community Engagement and Resources uses a systems-and community-based approach to design and implement education, outreach, and land strategies that address specific needs in nine regions statewide.
The Finance Group oversees the financial resources of the organization, including managing the Endowment Fund and providing enterprise-wide infrastructure for financial decision-making, accounting, and cash management.
The Legal Group defends the will of Ke Aliʻi Pauahi; enables the lawful, ethical advancement of KS’ Mission; and provides centralized legal services through its five divisions: Office of the Vice President, Education Division, Endowment Division, Tax Division and Compliance Division.