candidate bio


Immigration Attorney ~ Scientist ~ Businessman

An independent leader with bold initiatives,
transparency, and a sense of urgency for change

A new type of senator


Stefan is an Immigration Attorney in downtown Honolulu. His entire legal career has been about fighting for those who cannot fight for themselves. Zealous advocacy for Hawaii means being brutally honest to facts and reality, regardless of the difficulty in delivering such.

Prior to law school, Stefan was a Director in the biosciences industry - specifically in molecular separations for the bio-pharmaceutical sector. There he was exposed to revolutionary scientific concepts and engineering. The experiences developed a habit of honest objectiveness with devout reliance on facts, evidence, logic, and reason.

Stefan has also worked in the wine industry, at first in Budapest (he is fluent in Hungarian) developing Hungarian exports to the United States, then later in Los Angeles expanding the newfound internet wine market.


Attorney Stefan Rozembersky acquired his Juris Doctorate from the Massachusetts School of Law, a Master's in Business Administration from Pepperdine University, a Certificate in International Business from Oxford University, a Bachelors of Liberal Arts from Harvard University and is a proud alumni of Lawrence Academy at Groton. Stefan holds legal licenses in Massachusetts, Connecticut, US Trial Court for the district of MA, and the Federal Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit. Additionally, he has pending bar applications with the 1st Circuit of Appeals and the Supreme Court of the United States. Aside from law, Stefan has also held licenses in Real Estate, Insurance, and FINRA's Series 7 (General Securities Representative) & Series 66 (Uniform Combined State Law), and Insurance.

Stefan has a solid understanding of economics, finance, securities, business, law, insurance, legislation, the material sciences, academia, history, negotiation, and most importantly, leadership & the ability to get things done.



Stefan met his wife, Sunny, many years ago in a dog park. Both shared a passion for helping others and a dedication to advancing the status quo, an instant connection in lifestyle objectives. Sunny works downtown in Financial Planning & Asset Management, having previously worked in the mental health field for major non-profits. Each shares a deep love for history, nature, sports, law, and the Aloha life. They both serve on the board of directors for Best Buddies Hawaii. They live modestly with their two dogs, Maui and Lily, in Kaka'ako.


Stefan's mother was a Hungarian refugee who escaped across the USSR's Iron Curtain mine fields to the freedom of US occupied Austria. Her father, Stefan's grandfather, was a freedom fighter wanted dead by the Communists because he was helping people escape across the border. They later immigrated to the United States, settling in Long Island, New York.  Stefan's mother met his father in New Jersey where he had dabbled in professional soccer with Pele. After Stefan's father became a Chemical Engineer, they moved to Boston to begin a career in the molecular sciences. From an early age, Stefan’s father began teaching him advanced scientific material; everything from hollow fiber polymer separations to the basic reason why ice floats.  Stefan’s mother is a profound intellectual, incredibly well read, and consistently a compass to the right direction. Stefan, along with his younger sister, were raised with the values of family, education, responsibility, integrity, and honor.

“There's a difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when circumstance permit. When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses, only results.”

"The quickest way to get nowhere, is to stand still.  Have a plan, always have a plan, it can change, and welcome that, but always have a plan that your activity is implementing. It may not be where you want to go, but I guarantee you'll get closer to it than doing nothing. It’s tough, and it's a relentless mindset, but at the end of the day it staves off living in one’s comfort zone, which is the closest thing to death in life"

- My father, John Rozembersky