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UH Foundation's Annual Giving department is alive with UH students who report to work each night knowing that through their efforts, they will raise important funds for the university. This money is designated by donors to support areas such as scholarships, library acquisitions, equipment and other valuable resources that greatly enhance the student experience.

The Student Calling Center hires students who want to develop professional work experience while making a difference in their UH community.

If you are a student at any of the ten UH campuses and love UH, please consider a position working in our calling center. Submit an application online, or contact us for more information at (808) 956-0983 or The student callers make 150,000 calls per year in support of UH. We hope you enjoy your call when you are called to support the university.

Meet our Callers

Aleczandra Aczon

Meigan FlanaganAloha, my name is Aleczandra Aczon and I am one of the student supervisors here at the UH Foundation Call Center. I am happy to be attending the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa because Hawai‘i is where I consider to be my home. I am currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. I’ve been working at the call center ever since my very first day of college and I am so grateful to have this job. From being here, I have grown to become a better communicator and a better leader. I love speaking with alumni and friends of UH and helping them make their gifts to the university. When I graduate, I’ll be sharing my aloha and be giving back to my alma mater!

Emily Tupper

Aloha, my name is Emily Tupper and I am a freshman at the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa and one of the newest supervisors here at the University of Hawaiʻi Foundation. I decided to attend the UH to pursue degrees in both biology and classics, and I plan on attending medical school after finishing my undergraduate studies. Iʻm originally from Portland, Oregon but I decided to come to Hawaiʻi due to the superior biology program that UH offers. I started working for the foundation about two month ago and it has been so much fun! I really enjoy all the people I work with because they create such a positive and welcoming environment. I also love knowing that the work I do benefits so many of my peers and the whole University of Hawaiʻi system.

Miranda Lee

Miranda Lee

Aloha, my name is Miranda and I am a psychology major at UH Manoa. I was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. I am a student supervisor here at the University of Hawaii Foundation Call Center and it has been an incredible journey. I have learned how to build rapport and connect with people to discover their passions. I love being able to make a difference for students by giving them the option of furthering and bettering their education. Working at the call center also gives me the wonderful opportunity of speaking with alumni and friends to help them support and give back to their community. We are all here for a great cause and I am glad to be a part of a team that makes a difference.

Gabbie Morris

Gabrielle Morris

Aloha! My name is Gabrielle, and I am a student on the Manoa campus and a student supervisor in the call center. I came all the way from Wisconsin to study marine biology, and I hope to go into field research regarding marine life conservation. After I complete my undergraduate degree, I plan to continue through graduate school here at the University of Hawai'i. I am excited to graduate and join our alumni in supporting the school that has had such a profound impact on my life.

Miriam Lipman

Aloha! My name is Miriam Joyce Lipman and I am a student supervisor at UHF call center. I was born in Hawaii and raised in Thailand, and came back to Hawaii for high school and college. I am now majoring in Tropical Agriculture and Environmental Management at UH Manoa. I love to be physically active throughout my day. I enjoy horse riding, surfing, and taking my dog on long walks. At the call center we connect with alumni, family, and friends of the colleges here at UH and help them make a gift in honor of their time here at UH or anything they are most passionate about within the school. I am grateful to be working with passionate and amazing people and we aren’t just coworkers but we’re like Ohana. I love the work that we do and give back to the community to help future students get through the doors of the University.

Giana Enciso

Aloha, my name is Giana and I am one of the student supervisors at UHF Call Center. I am currently double majoring in Political Science and Philosophy. I am from the Chicago area, and I am really loving Hawaii so far! I like spending as much time as I can outside with friends or family. I love going to the beach, hiking and running. I have the privilege of getting to meet with the chancellors and deans of the UH colleges to find ways we can connect with alumni and family to support our students at UH. I am so grateful to this job, as it has taught me so much already. I’m proud of the work we do, and I’m happy I get to do it alongside some amazing people!

Jessica Johnson

Aloha! My name is Jessica Johnson and I am a supervisor here at the UHF call center. I grew up in Ventura, California and am now at UH Manoa pursuing my passion for health with a major in nutrition. I truly believe eating the right foods heals both the mind and body so I love going to farmers markets and being in the kitchen. I also love being active especially if I get to be outside surfing or hiking, but you can also always find me in a gym! I am so grateful to be a part of the team here at the call center. I get to go to work knowing I have the privilege of helping to make a difference for other students, faculty, programs and much more. It has been an honor to meet so many chancellors and deans as well as connect with alumni and friends of the school who are so driven and excited to give back to their community. My co-workers have become my family and it is truly a blessing to be surrounded by such motivated students and faculty who believe in what we do here at the call center.