I Mua Hawai'i Dialogue Series

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1.25.22 I MUA Hawai'i - Managing Hawai'i's Role in the Global Visitor and Destination Industry

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03.02.2022 - Term Limits for State Legislators
The indictments of and guilty pleas by two long-standing elected officials must spur a swift change in the Hawai‘i State Capitol to implement term limits for the Hawai‘i State Legislature. Term limits ensure greater accountability to each other as professionals, and more importantly, to Hawai‘i’s constituents.

Former Honolulu City Council Chairman Ikaika Anderson will discuss his stance on how term limits are good for Hawai‘i politics, and should be championed as a positive step forward for Hawai‘i. He will be joined by Mel Rapozo, a former Kauaʻi police sergeant, who served nearly two decades on the Kauaʻi County Council, most recently as its Chair, who wrestled with this very issue in his career.
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2.22.22 - Roadmap for Homeless and Workforce Housing
Join Ikaika Anderson, Christine Camp, and Kali Watson for a panel series as we discuss an effective roadmap for homeless and workforce housing.

Christine Camp is the President & CEO of Avalon Group, a real estate development and brokerage services firm she founded in 1999. With over 25 years of industry experience and leadership, Christine has gained recognition as an expert in real estate and finance issues. Her insights are frequently solicited and quoted by local and national publications and she has been a speaker at various media and industry groups.

Kali Watson is the President & CEO of the Hawaiian Community Development Board (HCDB), a non-profit established in 2000 with the express mission of supporting and promoting housing, community, and economic development projects that benefit families living in the Hawaiian Home Lands and communities throughout the state of Hawaiʻi.
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2.02.2022 - Responding to Climate Change
Dr. Fletcher is the Interim Dean of the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. He is Chairperson of the Honolulu Climate Change Commission, a prominent public speaker, and contributor to local and national media.

Senator Chris Lee currently represents the 25th Senatorial District and is a member of the Senate Transportation; Energy, Economic Development, and Tourism; and Judiciary committees. He previously chaired the Committee on Energy and Environmental Protection as a member of the House of Representatives from 2012-2018.

Join Ikaika Anderson as we continue I MUA HAWAIʻI – a series of online community discussions to consider ideas and solutions for the challenges that face our island state. Over the course of the next four weeks, we will be discussing these critical issues with you and various experts.

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