HAWAIʻI EXECUTIVE CONFERENCE

Exploring innovative ideas and solutions to strengthen Hawaiʻi’s future by bringing together thought leaders and decision makers from our islands and beyond.

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Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 2021

Mauna Lani, Hawaiʻi Island

Through local and global speakers, candid panel discussions and break-out sessions, entertainment, and activities, the Conference aims to inspire innovation, identify opportunities for collaboration, and align efforts to create prosperous island communities that are rooted in Hawai‘i’s Soul.

2020 Hawai‘i Executive Conference Highlights

Feb. 10-12, 2021

Carving Our Own Path

Due to the pandemic, the Conference was held in an all virtual format, engaging leaders from Hawai‘i and across the globe in discussions on what it will take to create a resilient Hawai‘i during these challenging times. This event is by invitation only. Registered conferees can view all recorded sessions after logging in to their account.

The following are highlights shared at the Conference that discuss actions being taken, opportunities for alignment, and ideas for solutions to strengthen Hawai‘i’s future.

Talent Roadmap session video
Nainoa Thompson’s Message
Charting a Course Towards a Resilient Economy session video

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Following the 2018 Conference, attendees committed to the Hawaii Community Foundation’s CHANGE framework as a way to establish shared goals and drive collective action. With the momentum built after the 2019 Conference, the Hawai’i Executive Collaborative, a nonprofit organization, was born. The Collaborative provides backbone support, energy and resources to help leaders form cross-sector partnerships to drive strategic changes for Hawai’i. The Conference is an annual program of the Collaborative and continues to drive this spirit of commitment and collaboration.

A message from Lynelle Marble, Executive Director of the Hawaiʻi Executive Collaborative

CHANGE Initiatives

Created from a commitment by leaders to work collectively to solve Hawaiʻi’s greatest issues