Aimee Curre


Aimee Curre was born in Seoul, Korea and raised in Rochester, New York where she graduated with her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Industrial Design from the Rochester Institute of Technology. She currently serves as a Planning Manager for Bank of Hawaii on their Corporate Real Estate and Facilities Team where she oversees execution of branch capital projects. Her relocation to Hawai'i in 2014 sparked her interest in uncovering ways she could feel more grounded in her new community, which eventually led her to serve on multiple nonprofit boards as well as partner with local nonprofit organizations to futher support her mission of community engagement and reinvestment. Aimee has been a member of KAHI since December 2015.

Charlie Teixeria

Board Member

Charlie Teixeira was born in Seoul, raised in Michigan and Illinois, and has lived in New York, Paris and Seattle, before moving to Hawai'i in 2002 to work as a history teacher. She earned her master's degree in Korean studies from the University of Washington. She has done extensive interviews, alongside her mother, with adult adoptees and their American parents. Currently, she lives on the North Shore of O'ahu, and is co-owner of North Shore Embroidery - Route 99 Hawaii.

Peter Savasta


Peter was born in Anyang, Korea and was raised in Queens in New York City. His first exposure to the Korean adoption community was as a counselor at Camp Mujigae in Albany, NY.  Peter was a founding member and former president of Also-Known-As, an organization for intercountry adoptees and members of the international adoption community in New York City. He was a KAHI founding member and currently lives in Honolulu and works as a web developer.