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Hawaii Business Magazine continues the CHANGE Event series covering Hawai‘i's most important issues virtually:

Community & Economy, Health & Wellness, Arts & Culture, Natural Environment, Government & Civics, and Education.


Hawai‘i Community Foundation created the CHANGE Framework to identify gaps and opportunities for positive change and to mobilize people to work together toward shared goals.


At these events you will:

Hear from speakers about key developments in each area

Be inspired by how the Hawai‘i business community is taking action

Learn how to get involved and

Network with like-minded people at the after-panel virtual pau hana*.


 

In September, we will be hosting E- Education.

Change will happen when more citizens are involved, including leaders and ordinary people from our neighborhood, businesses, nonprofits and governments.


Hear from our speakers about:


  1. The pandemic exacerbated inequities in education in Hawai‘i. How can we mitigate those inequities, especially now that money will be even tighter than before?
  2. What is the role of distance and remote learning going forward?
  3. Many of the public schools are further emphasizing career education. What are the best ways to accomplish those goals?
  4. Universities are key engines in successful local economies. How do we turn the University of Hawai‘i into a better engine for Hawai‘i? 

Panelists:

 

Susan Yamada, Director, UH Ventures

Jack Wong, CEO, Kamehameha Schools

Stacie Kunihisa, Principal, Kanoelani Elementary School

Ruth Fletcher, Head of School and President, Saint Andrew’s Schools

 

Moderator:

Terry George, President & CEO, Harold K. L. Castle Foundation


*Attendees will automatically enter small group (7-10) for a quick meet and chat virtual pau hana with like-minded thought leaders.

Venue Information

HoMA (Honolulu Museum of Art)
900 South Beretania Street
Honolulu, HI 96814
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Organizer Information

Hawaii Business Magazine


1088 Bishop Street, Suite LL2
LL2
Honolulu, HI 96813

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