Queen Emma Land Company
Mr. Goya is the Executive Vice President of Queen Emma Land Company (QEL), the entity that manages the real estate assets of The Queen’s Health Systems. Mr. Goya oversees the operations of these land assets which total approximately 12,000 acres on the islands of O‘ahu and Hawai‘i. The properties include a variety of uses ranging from unused lands in open/conservation, agricultural, residential, industrial, and commercial. QEL is a nonprofit entity whose purpose and mission is to manage and develop these real estate assets to generate the income needed to support The Queen’s Medical Center in its mission to provide quality health care services to the people of Hawai‘i. Prior to joining QEL, Mr. Goya was the Vice President/Project Manager of Kukui Moloka‘i, Inc., which owned 5,000 acres on the western end of the island of Moloka‘i. In addition to assisting in the development of a master plan for those land assets, Mr. Goya also directed the operations of a water company and wastewater treatment facility. Mr. Goya currently serves as a director on the board of the Land Use Research Foundation, Hawaii Developers Council, and Hawaii Leeward Planning Conference. In addition, he serves on the Executive Committee for the Waikīkī Improvement Association Board. He was elected to Historic Hawai‘i Foundation’s Board of Trustees in 2011.