Loryn Guiffré-Fernandez, MBA, is a results-driven marketing and communications executive with an excellent track record in developing & executing marketing and public relations strategies, exceptional team building and project management ability, and extensive knowledge of cutting-edge social media and digital marketing trends. She was named Hawaii’s 3rd top social media influencer in 2016 at the Digital Media Summit, has been featured in Hawaii Business Magazine as one of Hawaii's top executives (Black Book Issue, 2014), and an expert on utilizing LinkedIn for networking (February, 2015). While working as Director of Marketing and Communications at Maryknoll School, she celebrated winning a Pele Advertising award for an integrated marketing campaign, in partnership with Mix Plate Media. Most recently, she served as the Director of Development at Hawaii Theatre and currently works as a marketing consultant with Mint Communications, a marketing consultancy she established 9 years ago.
Guiffré-Fernandez also served as a Commissioner for the City and County of Honolulu Neighborhood Commission, appointed by Mayor Carlisle in 2011 and serving a five-year term. Active in the community, Guiffré is on the Honolulu Museum of Art ARTafterDARK Advisory Board, the Hawaii Foodbank Alakai Young Leaders Board, served on the Junior Achievement of Hawaii Board, is a member of Metro Rotary of Honolulu, Public Relations Society of America, Delta Mu Delta alumni, former board member for Social Media Club Hawaii, and is a certified American Red Cross Disaster Services Volunteer. She earned a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from New Mexico State University and obtained her Master's in Business Administration from Hawaii Pacific University, graduating as a Dean’s Scholar, with honors, in 2010.