David Ige

Politician

David Ige was born in Pearl City, Hawaii, United States on January 15th, 1957 and is the Politician. At the age of 67, David Ige biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
January 15, 1957
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
Age
67 years old
Zodiac Sign
Capricorn
Profession
Engineer, Politician
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Education
University of Hawaii, Manoa (BS, MBA)
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Spouse(s)
Dawn Amano
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3
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David Ige Life

David Yutaka Ige (born January 15, 1957) is an American politician who serves as Hawaii's eighth governor.

He served in the Hawaii State Senate before.

He won the Democratic primary and general election over Republican nominee Duke Aiona in the 2014 gubernatorial race over incumbent Governor Neil Abercrombie, as well as the general election over Republican nominee Duke Aiona.

In 2018, he was reelected again.

Early life and college

Ige was born and raised in Pearl City, Hawaii, fifth of six sons of Tokio and Tsurue Ige, who are of Japanese Okinawan descent. Tokio was a member of the 100th Battalion/442nd Infantry Regimental Combat Team during World War II and was given the Purple Heart and Bronze Star. Tokio Ige worked as an ironworker on building projects, while Tsurue Ige worked as a nurse and dental hygienist. Tokio Ige died in 2005 at the age of 86. Tsurue, a retired engineer, lives in Pearl City.

David Ige attended public schools in Pearl City, PEARL City Elementary School, Highlands Intermediate School, and Pearl City High School, as well as participating in youth sports, playing in the Pearl City Little League for eight years. Ige, a student at the newly renovated Pearl City High School, excelled in several sports. He was elected student body vice president in his junior year, and he served as senior class president next year. Diversity and an end to bullying were promoted during his campaign for student body president. Ige led his varsity tennis team to a championship and was named as the year's "Scholar-Athlete of the Year." In 1975, he came in fifth in his class of more than 500 students.

Ige was accepted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but he completed a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering at Manoa. He served as student body secretary and an officer of several honor societies, as well as treasurer and vice president of his fraternity, Phi Delta Sigma.

Dawn, Ige's wife, met him at the University of Hawaii. Lauren, Amy, and Matthew have three children.

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David Ige Career

Engineering career

Ige studied at UH and obtained a Master of Business Administration degree in decision sciences while working for GTE Hawaiian Tel. In 1986, Hawaii Business Magazine named him one of the University's Top 10 MBA students.

Ige served as project manager with Robert A. Ige and Associates, Inc., Vice President of engineering at NetEnterprise, and senior principal engineer at Pihana Pacific, which established Hawaii's first world-class data center and carrier-neutral Internet exchange. He began working as an engineer with GTE Hawaiian Tel for more than 18 years before that.

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Hawaii health department trains therapists to keep parents in the dark about their child's sexual identity and to not document conversations

www.dailymail.co.uk, July 27, 2023
In a speech, staff and graduates of the University of Hawaii Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy were advised that when working with LGBT youth, they should'be cautious about what you document - parents may be able to access the details.' The presentation, which took place on May 5, was conducted by Kimberly Allen, chairing the Hawaii Department of Health's Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division's Safe Spaces Committee, and Robin Lee, a member of the committee. The therapists' discussions with LGBT people should be kept off the record, and parents should not be told.

This is not a drill: How an emergency alert shocked the entire world.'

www.dailymail.co.uk, April 22, 2023
On January 13, 2018, Hawaiians awakened the belief that a rogue nation had launched nuclear missiles at their houses and had just minutes to say their goodbyes. The alert was part of a preparation exercise that had incorrectly been sent to everyone on the islands rather than just Hawaii Emergency response personnel.

Why authorities will NOT stop magma from the world's largest active volcano from reaching highway

www.dailymail.co.uk, December 5, 2022
Many people on the Big Island in Hawaii are bracing for major upheaval if lava from Mauna Loa slides across a key road and blocks the quickest route connecting two sides of the island. The molten rock could make the road impassable and force drivers to find alternate coastal routes in the north and south. That could add hours to commute times, doctor's visits, and lorry deliveries. There are several variables that will likely prevent officials from trying to stop the flow. The problem, according to the US Geological Survey, is that lava is unpredictable and it's entirely possible it misses the Daniel K. Inouye Highway entirely.