Then, we are joined by Doug Murdock, State of Hawaii, Chief Information Officer and Paul Meyer, CEO of The Commons Project, who are here to talk about the Common Trust Network, Common Pass and the new SMART Health Card.
First up, we have Lito Alvarez from the International Information System Security Certification Consortium, or ISC 2, here to tell us about an upcoming virtual event called: “Cyber Overview, BECs, & Ransomware” and discussions into a FBI cyber investigation with Katie Kiefer of the FBI.
Then, we are joined by Chris Wendel – Co-Founder and President of Volta, Rob Robinson from Hawaii Angels and Chenoa Farnsworth from Blue Startups, who are here to talk about the recent listing of electric charging company Volta and their recent IPO listing on the New York Stock Exchange as VLTA.
First up, we have Meli James from the Mana Up and HVCA here to tell us about an upcoming virtual event called: Beyond Tourism – Transforming Hawai’iʻs Economy Through Investment.
Then, we are joined by Joanna Kobayashi and Eric Tong from ʻIolani High School, who are here to talk about their recent Governorʻs Emergency Education Relief (GEER) award for ʻĀina Informatics, genomics and building a community of practice.
First up, we have Omar Sultan from the Sultan Ventures here to tell us about the XLR8HI preX program to scale your business and become investment ready. Information session on Thursday, Sept 2, 2021. Sign up here.
Then, we are joined by Chenoa Farnsworth from Blue Startups, Ed Lallier of Vanta Leagues and Candice Dietz of Givespace, who are here to talk about the Blue Startups Cohort #13, startup acceleration and diversifying the economy.
Then, we are joined by Darrel Galera from Hawaii Center for Instructional Leadership, Kalima Kinney from Volcano School of Arts and Science and Amber Imai-Hong from the Hawaii Space Flight Lab, who are here to talk about the Governorʻs Emergency Education Relief Fund program.
First up, are you looking for a career in tech? Our friends at Purple Maia are launching their next Salesforce Certification Training called Hiapo. It requires no previous coding experience. They’re looking for hard working and motivated individuals who are interested in a tech career. Over 12 weeks, students develop in-demand skills to pass Salesforce Certification and enter the job market. The 3-week prep class starts on August 24, 2021.
Next up, we have Hoala Greevy, Founder and CEO of Paubox here to tell us about a HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) compliant Email tool called Email AI. We also talk about the Kahikina STEM Scholarship for native Hawaiian students.
Then we have Patrick Karjala, developer at Kilo Hoku VR and Jesse Thompson, head of Radial3D and Technical Director of Anatomical Imaging at the John A. Burns School of Medicine, here to talk about virtual reality, augmented reality and the Metaverse.
First up, we have Liam Grist from Cloud Nalu here to tell us about a Digital Currency Innovation Lab talk coming up called Bitcoin and 9000 Cryptocurrencies happening on Aug 12, 2021 at the Entrepreneurs Sandbox.
Then, we are joined by Jay Andrews, Director of Marketing and Jimmie Harris, Product Designer from Oceanit who are here to talk about a cool (literally), dual use innovation called the Honu Cooling Pack.
First up, we have Allicyn Tasaka, Executive Director from Workforce Development here to tell us about a series of Digital Readiness Classes happening across the State.
Then I’m happy to welcome Hawaii Pacific University President, John Gotanda, eSports Manager, Jordan Oliver and Chief Information Officer Cody Downs. Theyʻre here to talk about eSports at HPU and how Hawaii is uniquely positioned for esports competitions.
Then, we are joined by East West Center scholar and director of the Asian Studies Development Program, Peter Hershock, who is here to talk about his new book: Buddhism and Intelligent Technology, the Humane A.I. Initiative and Forging a New Ethical Relationship with Artificial Intelligence.
HTDC is facilitating access to free training in blockchain and crypto trading by The Blockchain Academy for Hawaii residents. There are only 60 seats available and admission is on a first-come-first-serve basis. Applications open July 21, 2021.