Chris MolinaFacilitator

Passion, joy, humor, a relentless dedication to learning, and the power of community building are what wake Chris up every morning. He has been working in the nonprofit sector for nearly a decade both at the grassroots level of volunteer coordination to serving on several nonprofit boards as a director. Chris has experience with facilitation and bringing people together to serve the community. He has worked primarily in issues around children and families including: education, food security, youth development, and human services. Chris has spent the majority of his career working with Native Hawaiian serving organizations both in direct service in developing and delivering youth development programs and coordinating family groups as a community building facilitator and later planning and convening large groups as a member of the Research, Evaluation, and Strategy Team at the Lili'uokalani Trust. 

Chris obtained his BA in Psychology and a Social Work minor from Pepperdine University and his MSW from the Thompson School of Social Work and Public Health at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. 

Chris is honored to be able to serve alongside the rest of the team at OSF in helping people to come together to tackle important issues, take time to invest in wellbeing, and celebrate and activate the deep abundance within our social fabric. Chris is a dog lover, an avid reader, and a karaoke enthusiast.

Professional development to help organizations grow