Franz Weber

Franz Weber has been active in the cycling and triathlon community for over two decades, and was previously a board member of PATH. He currently serves on various boards, mostly of non-profits  that are involved with cycling, child and family support, and assisting people in need. Several days/week you may see him on his bike, cycling several thousand miles/year.

Harald Ebeling

I am an astronomer who came to the islands in 1996 to join the UH faculty. Having represented UH Manoa on the UHPA Board of Directors for three years, I moved to Hilo in 2022. Although I occasionally commute and run errands by bike whenever possible, I mainly fancy myself a long-distance runner. Either way, I am a proponent of the Complete Streets concept and am looking forward to supporting and advancing PATH’s mission in East Hawai’i!

Renzo Muedas

Renzo is a cyclist and runner that works at the Hawaii Community Health Center in the finance department.

Tami MacAller

Tami MacAller is newly retired Public Health Professional and Community College instructor.  She has been active with PATH as a member, volunteer and working collaboratively with PATH projects during her employment with the Hawaii Public Health Institute (HIPHI). 

Tami has spent much of her career promoting health and wellness to prevent chronic disease, while personally focusing on her own health, by staying active as an ocean swimmer, triathlete, cyclist, and hiker.  “I believe in active living throughout our lifespan, just keep moving!”

As an avid believer in giving back to our community, she volunteers at local athletic events, Ironman, promoting healthy eating and active living, coastal clean ups, and assisting community members to connect with the resources they need to support healthful living.

Melissa Braswell

Melissa Braswell has been the owner of Big Island Running Company since 2009. In that time, she has participated in and sponsored many of the local races and events on the Big Island, including helping organize registration on race morning for both the Run for Hops and PATH Run for many years. She is an active runner and occasional swimmer and enjoys helping people in the community become and stay active. Prior to her time on the Big Island, Melissa was an attorney in Chicago, and currently practices law in Kona as well.