First up, we have Kirsten Turner, Deputy Energy Officer from the State Energy Office to tell us about their series of community engagement workshops to empower community participation in the clean energy transition.
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 Nicole Lim, Director of Movers and Shakas here to tell us about the first cohort of 50 remote workers coming to Hawaii. Then, we are joined by Peter Rowan, Executive Director, Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship to talk about the Calvin Shindo Student Venture Fund.
First up, we have Kareem Elassy and Arif Rahman here to tell us about their company Hawaii Innovation Lab and the recent UH PACE Breakthrough Innovation Challenge. Then, we are joined by Dr. Isar Mostafanezhad and Dr. Rob Fish (on the phone) to tell us about IEEE and their activities in Hawaii including GlobeCom 2019 and ComFutures 2020.
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Mark Hines from Mid Pacific Institute to tell us about Kupu Hou Academy, then we have Spencer Toyama from Sudokrew to tell us about an energy saving program called We-fficiency. Finally, we’ll talk to two finalists from the UH Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship, Business Plan Competition. Magdy Iskandar and Ruthsenne Gagarin join us from MiWa Technologies and Nick Fisher from Med-e-Bed. Additional links and stories:
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Susan Yamada from the Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship here to tell us about the upcoming Entrepreneurs Bootcamp. Finally, we have a show dedicated to bridging the technology gap. We’ve invited representatives from AARP Hawaii and Kahala Nui to tell us what kind of tech best works for the seniors in their communities.