Speaker Date Topic
Dr. Sylvia Yuen, Executive Director, RCUH Jul 02, 2018
Developing Resiliency
Developing Resiliency
Sylvia Yuen has had a long and distinguished career at UH that spans decades in both academics and administration. She has dedicated her professional and personal life to serving Hawaiʻi’s families and communities.  For almost 20 years, Yuen focused her efforts on building and leading UH’s Center on the Family, which grew under her leadership from an idea to a vibrant unit of UH Mānoa. Yuen also served as the interim dean of UH Mānoa’s College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources. She was the first woman to direct the college since it was founded in 1907. She also served on former UH President MRC Greenwood’s leadership team to focus on food security and safety.

Yuen has served on the boards of directors for numerous nonprofit organizations and on various advisory committees including the Institute for Human Services, Hawaii Community Foundation, Aloha United Way, Honolulu Community Action Program, and the Federal Judicial Selection Commission.

As a friendly reminder, our club meets at the Waialae Country Club.  Lunch & drink is $32. Just drink is $6.  Bring a potential member and their lunch is free!  
Nicholas Chang, Author/Owner, Chang-Soriano LLC Jul 09, 2018
How to Self-Publish Your Own Book
How to Self-Publish Your Own Book

Nick is a 2017 graduate of ‘Iolani School and a current student at Seattle University.  He is the Owner of Chang-Soriano Arts, LLC, a publishing and production company based in Seattle and an online journalist for Ceccpoint News.  In 2015, he wrote a 14-page report for the Hawaii Americans for Democratic Action regarding income inequality that was used to testify in favor of a living wage, and in 2016, co-wrote a resolution for the Hawaii Democratic Party regarding animal welfare that was later turned into a bill in the Hawaii House of Representatives. He has self-published two books, "An Empire in Peril" and “An Empire in Peril: Wingspan”.

Joan Husted, Former HSTA Executive Director Jul 16, 2018
Carole Hayashino & Jane Kurahara Jul 23, 2018
Honouliuli National Monument
Honouliuli National Monument

Carole Hayashino, President & CEO and Jane Kurahara, Staff Associate of the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii will talk about the Honouliuli National Monument that opens to the public this month.  Honouliuli National monument will tell the history of internment, martial law, and the experience of prisoners of war in Hawaii during World War II.  Honouliuli NM will be a place to reflect on wartime experiences and recommit ourselves to the pursuit of freedom and justice.  https://www.nps.gov/hono/index.htm 

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Jane Kurahara meets President barack Obama before he signed a proclamation on the establishment of the Honouliuli National Monument on February 24, 2015.

Vivian Best, Feldenkrais Practitioner Jul 30, 2018
Welness Talk
Dave Keuning, Executive Coach/Chair, Vistage Intl Aug 06, 2018
Conversational Capacity
Conversational Capacity


Kelly McDonald, AlohaCare Aug 20, 2018 12:00 PM
Health & Wellness
John Strandberg, Membership, District 5000 Aug 27, 2018 12:00 PM
Sharon Narimatsu, First Female President, RCEH Sep 10, 2018 12:00 PM
And Janice Kim, First Female Member, RCEH
Vocational Speaker - TBD Oct 01, 2018 12:00 PM
Vocational Speaker - TBD Oct 08, 2018 12:00 PM
Vocational Speaker - TBD Oct 15, 2018 12:00 PM