our Team

Dr. Glass, Ph.D. DABCC, NRCC

Laboratory Director

Dr. Glass recently joined the Aloha Toxicology team as our laboratory Director. He has a long and distinguished track in compliance, staffing, strategic planning, and performance improvement within a laboratory setting. Recognized as a Visionary Toxicology Leader, he has been instrumental in streamlining processes and implementing lean initiatives, improving quality, turn-around time, employee engagement, and team building.


Lab Manager

Ron Li was born and raised in Honolulu Hawaii. He specializes in organic compound synthesis and environmental microbe sequencing. Having published several academic research papers, he is proud to be an addition to Aloha Toxicology’s exceptional team serving as our Laboratory Scientist and Technical Services Supervisor.

Andee Okamura

Laboratory Technician

As our Laboratory Technician Andee Okamura’s strong attention to detail and passion for helping the people that she works with are two of her greatest strengths. Andee was born and raised in Kalihi Valley; attended Remington College and cherishes family time.

Heavenly Gabriel BS

Laboratory Technician

Heavenly Gabriel is the Laboratory Technician at Aloha Toxicology. Heavenly recently graduated from Chaminade University of Honolulu with a Bachelor of Science degree in Forensic Sciences. She has experience in various forensic fields completing multiple internships and research projects in entomology, anthropology, pathology, and fingerprint analysis. Prior to joining Aloha Toxicology, she worked with the Honolulu Police Department examining fingerprints to verify suspects in criminal cases.

While she maintains a diverse academic background, her true passion remains in toxicology and drug chemistry. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree at Oklahoma State University Graduate College majoring in forensic toxicology and chemistry.

As a first-generation college graduate from Waipahu, Hawaii, Heavenly hopes to lead as an example and inspire other students from economic and educational disadvantaged backgrounds to pursue a career in STEM.

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