Former Stanford University Football Player
Trainer - Hawaii
Kiha is a three-sport honors graduate from The Kamehameha Schools in 1980. He walked onto the Stanford University football team, eventually earning a scholarship as a wide receiver. He graduated with a B.S. in engineering in 1984 and has coached high school football and various youth sports for over 24 years, using PCA principles since 2000. Kiha also has done corporate coaching, specifically team building and communication retreats, for AT&T, Hewlett Packard, General Motors Canada, Sportsmind, Bristol-Myers Squibb, DuPont, Supercamp, the Breakthrough Foundation for Youth at Risk, and the Hawaii State Legislature. Other Hawaii clients include Punahou Schools, Kamehameha Schools, Seabury Hall, Hawaii Preparatory Academy, the Shidler Group, New Hope Christian Fellowship, and the Lutheran and Catholic Churches in Honolulu. A consulting engineer and a Hawaii general contractor, Kiha is a principal and founder of two companies: Steelframe Home Builders and Steelframe Development Group, both based in Honolulu. His construction company has built medical and dental clinics as a mission to Kathmandu, Nepal.