ACLU of Hawaiʻi executive director steps down
American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaiʻi’s executive director Joshua Wisch will step down. He has been the head of the advocacy group for four and a half years.
Under Wisch’s leadership, the ACLU of Hawaiʻi doubled the size of its full-time staff. The organization recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of a Campbell High School female student-athlete against the state Department of Education for Title IX violations.
Deputy Executive Director Ryan Leong will serve as interim executive director.
Wisch will next lead a new nonprofit called Holomua Collective. He will leave ACLU in mid-May.