Jennifer Oyer, CFRE, MA

Jennifer’s passion to serve others and the community, combined with nearly 20 years of fund development experience driving strategy, execution, and building incredible teams, has allowed her to partner with generous donors to raise nearly $60 Million for education, healthcare, and social services organizations across the state of Hawaii.

Jennifer is dedicated to the NonProfit community sharing her expertise as exemplified by her participation on national and local boards. Recognized by Hawaii Business Magazine as 20 for the Next 20: Hawaii’s People to Watch, she has also been recognized by Pacific Business News’ “Women Who Mean Business,” is a “Forty Under 40” honoree, and a Patsy T. Mink Fellow.  Jennifer was also honored with the first “Young Professional of the Year” award by the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii and is a proud Rotarian of the Rotary Club of Honolulu. She serves as Board of Director for the Association of Fundraising Professionals U.S. Foundation for Philanthropy, EPIC ‘Ohana, and Board of Trustee for Abilities Unlimited Hawaii.

In addition to her CFRE and CFRM designations, Jennifer is a certified Master Trainer for the Association of Fundraising Professionals, a Charitable Estate Planning Institute Fellow, and received her certification for Nonprofit Board Consulting. She is a proud graduate of Hawaii Baptist Academy, the University of Hawaii at Mānoa, and Azusa Pacific University where she received her MA in Organizational Leadership.

“As a fundraising consultant, it is a privilege to partner with NonProfit Organizations across the country to transform their communities and be leaders in innovation, progressive and critical thinking, and collaboration. We are dedicated to supporting organizations of all sizes to achieve mission impact and exceed their fundraising goals.”

-Jennifer A. Oyer, CFRE, MA
Founder & Chief Joy Officer


Asia Che

Asia’s commitment to serving the community started when she was given an opportunity to attend a Women in Sports conference. She learned of social responsibility roles in the corporate world from mentorship given by women doing transformational work in the NBA. Seeing profitable companies and individuals give back to the communities that support them has fueled her passion to navigate the modern fund development world to drive change, build sustainability, and inspire philanthropy.

With experience in healthcare, higher-education institutions, and in diversity, equity, and inclusion work, Asia is committed to exploring ways of positively impacting the community and to help organizations build a strong foundation for growth.


Susan Oshiro

Susan has over twenty years of experience in event planning, association management and administration, advertising, marketing, media planning, direct mail, and travel industry sales/marketing in both Honolulu and Los Angeles. Susan has held various positions at companies, including Quality Inn Waikiki Hotel, Milici Valenti Advertising, Western International Media Corp. (Los Angeles), Page Advertising, and Younger Direct Marketing.

Susan has worked with clients including, GTE Hawaiian Tel, Walt Disney Productions, Finance Realty, Aston Hotels & Resorts, Island of Lanai, Association of Fundraising Professionals, Friends of the Cancer Research Center of Hawaii, Hawaii Community Foundation, American Red Cross-Hawaii Chapter, and many others.


What We Believe

Serving others is the foundation of Community Impact Advisors. Our team’s life purpose gives us the ability to turn interest in support to meaningful action for social change, not only in Hawaii but across the Pacific Islands and throughout the world. We know that it takes a village to get the work done, and when people are given hope, they can start to move the needle to create purposeful and impactful change for their community.

Jennifer and fellow members of the Hawaii Business 20 for the Next 20 2017 Cohort volunteering at Kahauiki Village.


Our Logo

The acacia koa, native to the Hawaiian Islands, represents the scope of work that Community Impact Advisors provides to our clients. With its huge canopy, the acacia koa tree has a far-reaching presence that represents vitality and fruition rooted in a rich heritage. And, similar to the sickle shaped leaves that allow sunlight to pass through and provide nourishment for the whole tree, our services will strengthen your entire organization. The acacia koa tree’s resourcefulness lasts for generations and you can expect that Community Impact Advisors fundraising consultants will partner with your organization to generate lasting impact on the community.

Born in Kumamoto, Japan, Jennifer wanted a symbol that blended her cultural heritage with her love for the island community she serves. Working closely with BlackLetter Group and JSquared Designs Hawaii, the circular logo was designed to embody the Japanese mon (emblem or crest used to identify a family or individual) with the acacia koa.