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In-Person Sessions at Bishop Museum

Full conference ticket holders have the exclusive opportunity to purchase tickets to the in-person sessions. Limited seating will be available at these special sessions held at the Bishop Museum.

Tickets will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.  

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Wednesday, July 21
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Finding Creative Ways Forward

Re-inventing our businesses, our lives, ourselves is the ultimate design problem in an increasingly complicated world. Entrepreneurial leaders at the top of their respective fields will share the skills they’ve honed over time, influenced by individual personalities and backgrounds, to navigate the many layers of complex ever-evolving business needs and personal goals.

This session will also be live-streamed for virtual viewing.
 

SPEAKERS

Ann Harakawa,
Principal & CEO,
Two Twelve

Kūhaʻo Zane,
Creative Director,
Sig Zane Designs Hawaii & SZKaiao

Mark Fukunaga,
Chairman & CEO,
Servco Pacific

Moderator:
Allen Murabayashi

Strategies to Fight Burnout

The new remote work environment has created flexibility, but it has also eliminated the boundary between work and personal life. Work-life imbalance has left many feeling burned out, overwhelmed and stressed. During this session, learn strategies for a more sustainable routine so you can get your time, energy and priorities in sync.

Live viewing for this session is only available in-person at Bishop Museum.
A recording of the session will be available online for Full Conference ticket holders after the session concludes.


SPEAKERS 

Tricia K.F. Lee,
Sr. Vice President & Division Manager, Corporate Compliance Division, First Hawaiian Bank

Dr. Dana Arakawa,
Organizational Psychologist & Founder,
thrive808

Ron Mizutani,
President & CEO,
PBS Hawaiʻi

Moderator: Yunji de Nies,
Journalist

Dr. Jeffrey Stern
Assistant Professor, Hawaii School of Professional Psychology
Chaminade University

Thursday, July 22
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Indigenous Wisdom

This session will look at cultural wisdom and traditional values, exploring how indigenous perspectives can guide us and help address today’s complex issues. We invite you to deepen your roots of identity, knowledge and cultural values to help you build your own authentic leadership style. 

This session will also be live-streamed for virtual viewing.

SPEAKERS

Mahina Paishon-Duarte,
CEO & Co-Founder,
Waiwai Collective

Kalani Kaʻanāʻanā,
Chief Brand Officer,
Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority

Kaʻiulani Sodaro,
Sr. Vice President, Planning & Development, The Howard Hughes Corporation

Moderator: Mālia Kaʻaihue,
Founder & President,
DTL Hawaii

Dr. Brandon Bunag,
Acting VP of Public Programs and Director of Education,
Bishop Museum

Fireside Chat: A Sustainable Hawaiʻi

During this talk story, local leaders will reflect on their individual journeys, sharing stories of success and failure, and the pivotal moments that inspired them to work for a sustainable future for Hawaiʻi. 

Live viewing for this session is only available in-person at Bishop Museum.
A recording of the session will be available online for Full Conference ticket holders after the session concludes.


SPEAKERS

Scott Seu,
President & CEO,
Hawaiian Electric

John Leong,
Chairman & CEO, Pono Pacific Land Management LLC,
Co-Founder & CEO, Kupu

Dawn Lippert,
CEO,
Elemental Excelerator

Please note: Tickets to the in-person sessions are an exclusive add-on option for Full Conference Ticket holders. 


In-Person Ticket: $15 per session per ticket
Available on a first-come, first-serve basis

The Venue: Bishop Museum

We are thrilled to host our in-person sessions at a place where Hawaiʻi’s culture, heritage and history are honored and perpetuated.

Founded in 1889, Bishop Museum is the largest museum in the state and the premier natural and cultural history institution in the Pacific, recognized throughout the world for its cultural collections, research projects, consulting services and public educational programs. It also has one of the largest natural history specimen collections in the world. Serving and representing the interests of Native Hawaiians is a primary purpose of the Museum.

Bishop Museum inspires our community and visitors through the exploration, celebration, and perpetuation of the extraordinary history, culture, and environment of Hawaiʻi and the Pacific.  

Download a map of Bishop Museum to locate your in-person session!

As the two sessions on each day are concurrent sessions, you may only select one session per day. Additional information and instructions will be shared with registered attendees via email. Can't wait to see you there!