Kyle J.K. Chock
Kyle Chock serves as the Assistant Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the Hawaiʻi Regional Council of Carpenters - the largest construction union in the state of Hawaiʻi representing nearly 7,000 members. In his current role, Chock manages the day-to-day operations of the union and oversees membership services, contract negotiations and administration, industry marketing and government relations.
Chock also serves as a trustee on several labor-management trust funds including health and welfare, financial security, training and apprenticeship, and the Pacific Resource Partnership.
Prior to joining the union, Chock served as President of Bishop Holding Corporation, the for-profit arm of Kamehameha Schools overseeing the company’s real estate and development activities in Keauhou, Hawaiʻi and Lake Manassas, Virginia. Chock also served as the Executive Director of the Pacific Resource Partnership, a progressive labor management consortium between the Hawaiʻi Regional Council of Carpenters and its unionized contractors.
Chock currently serves as a Trustee of the The Queen’s Health Systems and is the past Chairman and member of the State Land Use Commission. Past community service includes board positions with Child and Family Services, Kapolei Chamber of Commerce, and the Nature Conservancy Corporate Council for the Environment.
He currently resides in Kamuela, Hawaiʻi with his wife Mari-Ela and two children: Elijah and Kalehua.