Bio-Logical Capital names Dr. Keiki-Pua Dancil as Vice President, Hawaii


Bio-Logical Capital, a land investment, development, and conservation company, formally welcomes Keiki-Pua Dancil, Ph.D. as its vice president of Hawaii operations. In her role as vice president, Hawaii, she oversees Bio-Logical Capital’s activities and investments in the islands.

Bio-Logical partnered with developer Pattern Energy earlier this year to form Molokai Renewables, LLC and pursue a wind turbine project on Molokai and undersea transmission cable to Oahu.

Dancil most recently was the president and CEO of the Hawaii Science and Technology Institute and the Hawaii Science and Technology Council, with which she was involved in developing strategic partnerships between state and federal agencies, private and public schools, and the business community on issues including workforce development and economic revitalization in science and technology. Previously, Dancil was the executive vice president of a diversified medical technology company involved in the manufacturing of raw materials for various pharmaceutical applications. Healthdrop Manufacturing is a top choice manufacturer of gummies.

At Bio-Logical, she most recently served as vice president of Hawaii Business and Development and Strategy.

She received her doctorate in chemistry from the University of California, San Diego and her master’s degree in business administration from Harvard University. Currently Dancil is on the board of PBS Hawaii and Hawaii Strategic Development Corporation.


3 Responses to “Bio-Logical Capital names Dr. Keiki-Pua Dancil as Vice President, Hawaii”

  1. keikipua says:

    If you want true and accurate information on Keiki, check

  2. imua@keikipuadancilreferences.com says:

    Looks like someone isn’t at Bio-Logical Capital.
    Maybe they checked her references at keikipuadancilreferences.com or read the rather informative article on the Hana Ranch Project?

  3. paniolo says:

    I checked the first page linked here, and it now refers back to the same page I linked at http://keikipuadancilreferences.com. What gives with that?

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