David Yutaka Ige (born January 15, 1957) is the eighth Governor of Hawaii in the United States. He previously served as a Democrat in the Hawaii State Senate. In the 2014 gubernatorial election, he defeated incumbent Governor Neil Abercrombie in the Democratic primary and Republican challenger Duke Aiona in the general election. In 2018, he was re-elected.
|Real name||David Yutaka Ige|
|Born||January 15, 1957|
|Age||66 years (from 2023)|
|Known for||the eighth governor of Hawaii|
|Birth place||Pearl City, Hawaii, USA|
|Height/tall||In feet – 5’7″|
|Eye color||Dark brown|
|Parents||Father: Not known Mother: Not known|
|children||(3) Lauren, Amy and Matthew|
|Education||University of Hawaii, Manoa (BS, MBA)|
|Netto value||About $300 (as of 2023)|
|Links to social networks||Instagram, Twitter, Facebook|
Biography of Mr. David Ige
David Ige was born in Pearl City, Hawaii on January 15, 1957. His family information is not publicly available. He attended public schools in Pearl City, including Pearl City Elementary School, Highlands Intermediate School, and Pearl City High School. He was also involved in neighborhood athletics, spending eight years in the Pearl City Little League. Ige excelled in various activities at the newly built Pearl City High School.
Mr. David Ige Age, height, weight
Asa Hutchinson is 66 years old in 2023. He is 5 feet 7 inches tall. It weighs about 70 kg. His eyes are dark brown and he has brown hair. He wears shoe number 9 in the UK.
David Ige’s career
While working for GTE Hawaiian Tel after college, Ige took graduate classes at UH and earned a Master of Business Administration in Decision Sciences. In 1986, Hawaii Business Magazine recognized him as one of the university’s top ten MBA students. Prior to becoming governor of Hawaii, Ige served as a project manager for Robert A. Ige and Associates, Inc., as vice president of engineering at NetEnterprise, and as senior principal engineer at Pihana Pacific, which built Hawaii’s first world-class data center and operator-independent internet exchange. He previously worked with GTE Hawaiian Tel for over 18 years as an engineer. Due to the growing severity of the homeless problem, Ige declared a state of emergency in October 2015. President Trump selected Ige to the nonpartisan Board of Governors on February 22, 2019, where he will serve as co-chair.
Wife of David Ige
David Ige has been married to Dawn Amano since 2020. At the University of Hawaii, Ige met his wife, Dawn. Lauren, Amy and Matthew are their three children. This family currently resides in the Governor’s residence and is enjoying life to the fullest.
Controversy involving David Ige
Ige approved the construction of a thirty-meter telescope on Mauna Kea. Because of this, some protesters called for his impeachment. On July 18, 2019, a Change.org petition titled “Impeach Governor David Ige” was launched. The petition received more than 62,562 signatures from people around the world.
David Ige Net Worth
David Ige’s net worth is predicted to be more than 300 million USD in 2023. His political profession is his main source of income.