Kalani is a Senior Land Asset Manager in the Community Engagement & Resources Group of the Kamehameha Schools (KS). Fronda graduated from Kamehameha Schools in 1988, then received his B.A. from Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington in 1992 (Majors: Business Administration and International Business Communication). In 2003, he received his CCIM designation from the CCIM Institute (only 6% of the estimated 150,000 commercial real estate practitioners nationwide hold this designation). In 2009, he successfully completed the School of Development, Design & Construction Curriculum at the ICSC University of Shopping Centers. After 6 years of being employed in the Commercial Real Estate Industry in public and private sector management positions, Fronda jined KS in 1998 in the Asset Management Group as a Land Manager responsible for overseeing the planning, development, and management of approximately 25,000 acres on (4) islands with a diverse portfolio of assets inclusive of commercial, agriculture, residential and conservation. Upon Frondaʻs promotion to a Senior Land Asset Manager, he began oversight of the planning, project management, and implementation of the Kamehameha Schools Master Land Use Plan for 26,000 acres on the North Shore of Oahu along with a management team of KSʻ staff and consultants. He is currently overseeing management of the statewide residential portfolio, management of the agricultural and conservation portfolio in the Honolulu and Central Oahu Regions, and management of select special projects.