Solomon Aikau, President, is the younger brother of Eddie Aikau and was also a City & County lifeguard for 10 years. After he retired he moved to the Big Island, where he trains horses and is an avid motorcycle enthusiast. Solomon is dedicated to preserving Eddie's memory and perpetuating his legacy.
Linda Ipsen, Secretary
Jim Soutar, Treasurer
Piilani Aikau, Assistant Secretary
Kamomi Kahooilihala, Assistant Treasurer
Linda Gillette was born and raised in Palm Springs, California and is a member of The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. She met the Aikau Family while attending The University of Hawaii at Manoa in 1971. Linda has remained a close, personal friend of the Aikau Family. She now resides in Kamuela on the Big Island of Hawaii with Eddie's brother, Solomon, where they raise horses and grandchildren. "I believe it is the responsibility of those who knew Eddie to keep the Foundation pointed in the right direction as far as creating and supporting projects that would make Eddie proud."