Jason Fujimoto

Preparing the next generation of culturally responsible ahupua’a stewards.

Jason Fujimoto

President

Jason Fujimoto

President and CEO HPM Building Suppy

Jason Fujimoto joined HPM in 2005 and is currently its President and Chief Executive Officer. Prior to joining HPM, Jason worked in the Mergers & Acquisitions group within JPMorgan’s Investment Banking Division in New York City.

He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Hawaii Planning Mill, Ltd., and is a 2008 Pacific Century Fellow, 2012 Omidyar Fellow and 2012 Hawaii Asia Pacific Association Young Leader. Involved in community affairs, Jason serves on the boards of PBS Hawaii (Past Chair), Kohala Institute dba ‘Iole Stewardship Center (Current Chair), the Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce (Military Affairs Committee), Hawaii Asia Pacific Association Leaders, and the US Army Garrison Pohakuloa Training Area Commander’s Advisory Council.

Within the building industry, Jason is a member of two national CEO roundtable groups, the Do It Best Eagles Conference and the BIG Group moderated by the NRHA. Within Hawaii, Jason is a member of the Hawaii Executive Collaborative and Hawaii Business Roundtable. Jason was appointed by the Foreign Ministry of Japan and the U.S. Japan Council to serve on the 2017 Japanese American Leadership Delegation. Jason was also selected to attend the National Security Seminar at the U.S. Army War College in 2017.

In 2013 Jason was recognized in Hawaii Business Magazine’s 20 for the Next 20: People to Watch. In 2015 Jason was recognized as a Young Retailer of the Year by the National Retail Hardware Association. Jason graduated with a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, concentrating in Corporate Finance and Strategic Management. Jason also received a minor degree in Psychology from the College of Arts and Sciences of the University of Pennsylvania.

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