Our team is dedicated to our mission to improving Hawaii Island’s access to alternate transportation, teaching safety programs and making our beautiful island a better place to live.
Strategic Programs DirectorTina Clothier has lived on the Big Island for over 34 years, having moved from Oahu in 1979. She is currently the Executive Director of PATH~ Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii. Her professional career outside of non-profits included owning and operating Jack’s Diving Locker from 1981 through 1991, and being the Director of Destination Kona Coast. Prior to joining PATH, she enjoyed a 16 -year career with the American Cancer Society. She retired in 2010 from her position as the Chief Staff Officer for the American Cancer Society, Hawaii Pacific Region. She has been active in a variety of civic organizations including the Rotary Club of Kona (Past President), and the Kona Kohala Chamber of Commerce. She also volunteered for PATH when it was known as the Kona Community Safety Lane back in the mid 80s. In addition to her professional interests, she enjoys photography, scuba diving, golf, hiking and outrigger canoe paddling.Program DirectorPaul is a life-long cyclist and organizes our education programs. Over the past 50 years, he has enjoyed mountain biking, road biking, bike commuting, bike touring and triathlons. Paul started working with PATH as a volunteer for our Bike Safety Education program for Hawaii Island elementary schools and immediately felt rewarded for his efforts. "I was at Costco and two children from the class we taught thanked me for teaching them to ride safely. The appreciation shown by students and parents alike is overwhelming", says Paul.Robyn started volunteering with PATH nearly a decade ago, and is now our staff accountant and resident data diva. An avid cyclist, she loves to start her day with a dawn bike ride before heading into the office. Robyn also enjoys exploring hiking and cycling opportunities around the world, exploring firsthand the impact of the built environment on active living. Through her work with PATH, Robyn is excited to be helping create a healthier, more walk-able, bike-able, hike-able Big Island.