REPORT FROM THE STATE HOUSE MAJORITY – William Nhieu has been appointed the Deputy Director of Communications for the Hawaii State House of Representatives.
Nhieu has a range of administrative, legislative, analytical, and public relations experience gained from positions across public and government affairs. In addition to working in local government, he has broad experience in the effective use and implementation of social and emerging media communications.
Past positions include serving as a Po’okela Fellow and Neighborhood Assistant at the City and County of Honolulu, Legislative Aide to Senate President Donna Mercado Kim, and Committee Clerk for the Hawaii Senate Special Committee on Accountability and the Hawaii State Senate Committee on Tourism.
“William represents the upcoming generation of young professionals with the skills necessary to keep up with progressing technological trends in the new 21st century workplace. With his knowledge and experience, the State House will be better positioned to reach an audience across the entire state of Hawaii,” said Director of Communications Carolyn Tanaka.