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Before we get to our show guests, I want to let you know about an upcoming webinar. ThinkTech Hawaii’s hosting a free webinar called BEYOND UKRAINE, BURNING GLOBAL ISSUES on some of the burning issues in six continents around the world. This webinar is scheduled for 10:00 am Hawaii time April 1, 2022. Register at thinktechhawaii.com
Next we have Leilani Farinas, Exec Director of the TRUE Initiative along with Trisha Goya, Director, IT Client Services and Ailin John, Senior Manager, IT Client Solutions, both from HMSA, to tell us about an upcoming event coming up on March 31st, called Achieving Data Accuracy, Agility and Speed Through Workflow Automation.
This week weʻll jump right into our conversation about the Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship and the projects they are involved. Sandra Fujiyama, Executive Director of PACE joins us to talk about her recent selection as Executive Director, Entrepreneurship Live, the Calvin Shindo Student Venture Funds, as well as PACE projects for 2022, like RISE, Residence for Innovative Student Entrepreneurs.
First up, we have Pat Sullivan, Founder and CEO of Oceanit, author of Intellectual Anarchy, here to give us the latest update on the rapid Covid test, Assure 100. We also get an update on the latest Omicron variant BA.2.
Then, we are joined by Dean Fisher and Dr Pono Ledford, learn about the technology behind water cremation and measures like SB2828 moving through the legislature. Contact Aloha Mortuary for more information.