Historic Preservation > Annual Meeting
Board of Trustees Candidate, 2012-2015
Preservation Architect, Mason Architects, Inc.
Anna Grune is a preservation architect with the distinguished firm of Mason Architects, where she works on architectural design, drafting and research for historic preservation of residential, commercial, and military projects. Previous work included historic structures inventories and preservation plans for Punahou School and Mānoa Heritage Center. Her position includes all phases of design, from schematic to construction management. Ms. Grune holds a Master’s of Architecture Professional Degree and a Historic Preservation Certificate from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, and Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from the University of San Diego. She has served on the boards or fundraising committees of numerous local charitable organizations, including La Jardin Academy, Friends of Boetcher Estate, Friends of Contemporary Museum, Honolulu Zoo, and Junior League of Honolulu. She was elected to a first term on the Historic Hawai‘i Foundation Board of Trustees in 2008. She has served on the Nominating, Kama‘āina of the Year, Awards, and Activities Committees.