- Lead community outreach by coordinating community service and other volunteer opportunities for team members, run the True Blue Hero program and oversee alumni relation.
- Lead summer camps and missionary program for the team
- Chaminade (2001, Special Education Certification)
- BYU (1996, B.S. Sociology)
- Dixie JC (1992, A.A.)
- Kahuku HS
- BYU Director of Player Personnel and On-Campus Recruiting Coordinator (2016-2021)
- Hawaii Department of Education (1996-2015)
- Coordinator and Coach at Hawaii Speed and Quickness Complex (2009-2015)
- Vice President, Island Football Magazine (2000-2015)
- Baldwin High School (Maui) Assistant Football Coach (2000-2015)
- Mesa Community College Assistant Coach - Defensive Backs (2011)
- Maui High School Assistant Football Coach (1997-1998)
- BYU (1993-94)
- Recorded 43 career tackles in 19 games with eight starts at strong safety
- Seven tackles (six solo) with one pass break up and two interceptions versus Utah in 1993.
- Played in 28-21 loss to No. 11 Ohio State in 1993 Holiday Bowl
- Helped BYU to 31-6 win over Oklahoma in 1994 Copper Bowl
- Dixie College (1991-92)
- Wife: Shalei Nani
- Served a full-time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Micronesia-Guam (1987-1989)
- Children: Dayson, Selai, Raider and Silina
- Son, Raider, will join the BYU football team following the completion of his Tongan-speaking mission in Oakland, California
As the director of football relations, Damuni will lead the community outreach of the BYU Football Program. He will continue to coordinate community service and other volunteer opportunities for team members, run the True Blue Hero program and oversee alumni relations. He will also lead the football summer camps and missionary program of the football team.
As part of Sitake’s staff the past six years, Damuni has made a significant impact on the lives of individuals both inside and outside of the BYU football program. His relentless energy and infectious passion for BYU and serving others has become a staple of the True Blue Hero program that regularly hosts individuals and their families who are facing significant challenges in life. Damuni has been particularly successful developing relationships with others while mentoring student-athletes and overseeing alumni relations for the program.
Damuni returned to BYU when hired by Sitake in 2016 after a long career as an educator in Maui for the Hawai’i Department of Education from 1996-2015. He also served in a variety of football capacities during that time, including Hawaii Speed and Quickness-Complex coordinator/coach (2009-2015), vice president, Island Football Magazine (2000-15), assistant football coach, Baldwin High School, Maui, Hawaii (2000-15), assistant football coach-defensive backs, Mesa Community College (2011) and assistant football coach, Maui High School (1997-98).
A BYU alumnus, Damuni played strong safety for the Cougars in 1993-94, after starting his playing career at Dixie College in St. George, Utah. Damuni recorded four interceptions in his two years at BYU, including two in single game against Utah and one at the goal line versus San Diego State. He totaled 43 tackles in 19 games, with eight starts to help the Cougars advance to the 1993 Holiday Bowl against Ohio State (28-21 defeat) and 1994 Copper Bowl versus Oklahoma (31-6 victory).
From Laie, Hawai’i, Damuni and his wife Shalei Nani have four children, Dayson, Selai, Raider and Silina. Raider has signed to play for the Cougars following his Tongan-speaking mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Oakland, California.