Meet the 2022 Board
Patrick Joe Comiso
Patrick Comiso was born and raised in Ewa Beach, Hawaii. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2014. In 2015, Patrick began working at the State House of Representatives as a Research Analyst. His duties include drafting legislation and conducting research for members of the Majority Party of the House. Patrick joined the Jaycees in 2017. He currently serves as the Immediate Past President and Chairperson of the Filipino Jaycees of Honolulu. Patrick joined the Jaycees because he wanted to spend more of his time giving back to the community through volunteer work and engage with other young professionals. In his spare time, Patrick enjoys reading and catching up on what’s the latest popular television show.
Chairman/Immediate Past President
Su Lazo is a counselor, program manager, and community leader. With over 15 years of professional experience, her areas of expertise include career counseling, employment coaching, project and program management, and leadership development.
Su started her career as an auditor, but transitioned to the counseling field in 2015. Since then, her life's work is focused on supporting the career development of under-represented communities in Hawaiʻi and improving their economic mobility. She's done this work in partnership with organizations such as the University of Hawai‘i System, Hawai‘i Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, Chamber of Commerce Hawai‘i, and her current employer, Purple Maiʻa Foundation.
Su earned her Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Finance and Management from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa and her Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed) in College Counseling from Old Dominion University. She is a National Certified Counselor and certified in career development training. In the community, Su is the current President for the Filipino Jaycees of Honolulu and Project Manager for Friends of FilCom.
Raven Sevilleja is a graduate of the UH William S. Richardson School of Law and is currently a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in the Career Criminal Division, prosecuting a wide range of felonies, including property and violent crimes. In an extension of public service to her community, Raven is also a member of the Honolulu County Committee on the Status of Women, a commission that advances and elevates the status of women through education, awareness, development and training. She also volunteers with the Institute of Human Services, working with its legal team to get court-ordered mental health treatment to the most marginalized in our community. In her free time, she enjoys writing, practicing yoga, and connecting with nature. Ultimately, Raven remains committed to her passions for justice, equity, and mental wellness, and hopes to leave a legacy of compassionate advocacy.
Executive Vice President
Hey, I'm Chelsea. Welcome to my bio. I am half filipino / half chinese and felt out of touch with my Filipino culture and other young professionals while being thrown into adulting. In 2014, I found the Filipino Jaycees which is great because I could learn about the culture while working with other young professionals to give back to the community. I was previously on board as the Membership Vice President and currently am Treasurer.
I currently work as a Realtor with Better Homes and Gardens. I've been in real estate for almost 5 years working on a team with my brother Colin. We are recognized as Top 3% of all teams Nationwide with Better Homes and Gardens. When I'm not helping our clients, I enjoy spending time with my family/friends (if I don't mention it, what kind of person am I?), nintendo switch, dogs and working my puff into tuff.
If you're interested in joining FJCH, dogs, video games, real estate, food, fitness, anything really, come chat with me! I'm not single but I'm always ready to mingle.
International Development VP
Natalie Millon is a young professional, entrepreneur, and active community leader with thirteen years of experience in the nonprofit field.
She started her career at the Hawaii State Bar Association (HSBA), worked closely with the Young Lawyers Division Board on community projects, and also helped with the HSBA Leadership Institute, a program developed for promising attorney leaders. She is a Community Grants and Initiatives Program Associate at the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation (HCF). She provided grantmaking and client support for the Omidyar programs and other funds. She recently moved to the scholarships and education sector of the HCF CHANGE framework.
Owner of PhotoLuxe and Event Services and manages all operations of the business. PhotoLuxe oﬀers photo restoration, photo digitizing, portrait services, photo booths, and other aspects of event planning for all occasions with the mission to "create and beautify your vision".
An active member of the Junior Chamber International, she served on the Hawaii state board as the Community Development Vice President in 2020 and President in 2021. 2019 President of the Filipino Junior Chamber of Commerce (now FJCH) and incorporated UN Sustainable Development Goals. Directed Kamayan Feast, the FJC's cultural immersion and signature event. 2018 Outstanding Chapter Oﬃcer and 2019 JCI Hawaii Outstanding President.
In her free time, Natalie enjoys reading, gaming, creating media content, and playing music.
Sylvia Flores was born east of the Everglades in South Florida, raised in San Diego, and studied in Davis, California, before moving to Honolulu in 2008. She spent the last 12 years working in the local nonprofit community in health education, development support, and gift processing. A dedicated volunteer, she has provided marketing and PR support for local civic clubs, athletics organizations, and a performing arts collective. She recently joined Hawai‘i Public Radio as a marketing digital content producer.
A self proclaimed “ingestioneer,” Sylvia enjoys exploring different cuisines that O‘ahu has to offer, and, shares that in another life she’d be a Leisure Specialist and loves sharing about all there is to eat-play-see across the state. If you ever need a buddy to grab a bite or a beverage, hit her up! You can connect with her at https://sylviasflores.com/
Community Development VP
Aldric currently serves as FJCH's Individual Development VP for 2022. He joined the organization formerly known as Hawai‘i Filipino Junior Chamber in 2018 and served as Secretary in 2019.
Aldric works as a budget analyst at the Hawai‘i State Legislature. He earned his BA Public Policy from Stanford University and is pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing at Pacific Lutheran University’s Rainier Writing Workshop.
Individual Development VP