Mahalo to our committed and caring partners who are working together to benefit Hawai’i and its future.
RHS Scenario Team
Twinkle Borge, Pu’uhonua O Wai’anae
Michael Broderick, Broderick Dispute Resolution
Matt Cox, Matson, Inc.
*Kamana‘opono Crabbe, Hawai‘i Executive Collaborative
John DeFries, Hawai‘i Tourism Authority
Māpuana de Silva, Hālau Mōhala ‘Ilima
Matt Emerson, Bank of Hawai‘i
Jeff Gilbreath, Hawaiian Community Lending
Kenneth Hara, Department of Defense, State of Hawai‘i
Kawaikapu Hewitt, Windward Community College
Mehana Hind, Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement
Peter Ho, Bank of Hawai‘i
Hōkūlani Holt-Padilla, Ka Hikina O Ka La University of Maui College
*Corbett Kalama, RESCO – Locations Hawai‘i
Pualani Kanahele, Edith Kanaka‘ole Foundation
Luka Kanaka‘ole, Edith Kanaka‘ole Foundation
*Micah Kāne, Hawai‘i Community Foundation
*Michelle Ka‘uhane, Hawai‘i Community Foundation
Earl Kawa‘a, Cultural Practitioner
Shelee Kimura, Hawaiian Electric Company
*Duane Kurisu, Hawai‘i Executive Collaborative
Mike Latham, Punahou School
Kūhiō Lewis, Council of Native Hawaiian Advancement
Rich Matsuda, W.M. Keck Observatory
*Lynelle Marble, Hawai‘i Executive Collaborative
Colbert Matsumoto, Tradewind Capital Group, Inc.
Connie Mitchell, The Institute for Human Services, Inc.
*Glenn Miyataki, Hawai‘i Executive Collaborative
Kīhei Nahale-a, Hawai‘i Kumuwaiwai Center for Sustainability, Brigham Young University
Cameron Nekota, First Hawaiian Bank
Catherine Ngo, Central Pacific Bank
Jon Osorio, Hawai‘inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge, University of Hawai‘i
Walter Ritte, Community Activist
Dawn Kau‘i Sang, Department of Education, State of Hawai‘i
Leah Santos, All I See Is Art
Wai‘ale‘ale Sarsona, Kamehameha Schools Hi‘ialo Group
Ann Teranishi, American Savings Bank
*Nainoa Thompson, Polynesian Voyaging Society
Suzanne Vares Lum, East-West Center
*John Waihee III, Former Governor, State of Hawai‘i
Jack Wong, Kamehameha Schools
Kūha‘o Zane, SZKAIAO LLC.
*Rediscovering Hawai‘i’s Soul Core Committee
Hawai‘i Executive Collaborative
HEC is a nonprofit organization that serves two main roles – as a convener to create spaces for building trusted relationships and to provide backbone support to advance cross-sector collaborative work that is generated by HEC’s members and the Rediscovering Hawai‘i’s Soul network. The focus of this collaborative work is to help align and accelerate existing efforts and to identify and fill gaps to address some of Hawai‘i’s toughest challenges.
The Rediscovering Hawai‘i’s Soul initiative is also foundational to HEC’s 3 focus areas: climate repair, adaptation, and sustainability; housing for all, and learning communities. Learn More Here
Reos Partners is a social impact organization focused on bringing transformational change to complex global challenges. They design and facilitate processes that enable groups of diverse stakeholders – be it an organization, a sector, or a society – to work together to make sustained progress and systemic breakthroughs. Learn More Here