Speaker Date Topic
Jeeyun Lee CEO, Hawaii Nature Center Apr 22, 2019 12:00 PM
"Applying the Four Way Test to Climate Change and Hawai`i's Future"
"Applying the Four Way Test to Climate Change and Hawai`i's Future"

Business Philosophy: To lead through service to Hawaii’s most vulnerable. Yet despite the diversity of positions and populations that she has served, there are a couple of constants – a deep sense of compassion for Hawai‘i’s most vulnerable and a fierce desire to help others transcend suffering.

Fawn Liebengood Apr 29, 2019 12:00 PM
American Red Cross of Hawaii
James Han & Murray Visser, Global Grants Update May 13, 2019 12:00 PM
Nepal Water Project
Nepal Water Project

James Ham is a board-certified emergency physician at Straub Medical Center and Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Hawaii John A Burns School of Medicine. He is the President Elect of the Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunset, and currently serves District 5000 as a member of its International Service Team under Murray Visser and as the Global Grants Coordinator under Mark Harbinson. He was trained at the University of Washington and Madigan Army Medical Center, and served as the Brigade Surgeon for the 130th Combat Engineer Brigade at Schofield Barracks, and in the Emergency Department at Tripler. He attended his first Rotary meeting in 2013 in Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea, where he is still actively involved in several different water sanitation and community health projects through a small Hawaii-based nonprofit Water Hands Hope, which he is the director of. He joined the Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunset in 2015 while helping with earthquake relief efforts in Nepal, and has served as the club’s International Service Chair, participating in nine of his club’s global grants - Slovenia, Romania (x2), India, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Nepal, Malawi, and Tanzania (2019).

Murray Visser has been a Rotarian since December 2010 in RC Windward Oahu, District 5000. During this time, he has been an international service director five times. Was the 2014-15 past-president during which time his Club garnered five awards: Presidential Citation, District Governor Citation, Youth Services 1st Runner Up, Public Image 1st Runner Up, and Rotary Days. Was the 2015-16 Rotarian of the Year at the club level. Became a Paul Harris Fellow and received the Quiet Rotarian Award in 2018. He was born in Indonesia and has lived for more than one year in each of the following countries: Japan, Holland, Germany, Iran, and Italy. He also have visited many other countries, some for multiple occasions. For example: He visited Mexico more than 10 times and Thailand 14 times.

Memorial Day Holiday - Dark! May 27, 2019 12:00 PM
Year End Awards and Wrap Up Jun 24, 2019 12:00 PM

Join us for games, end-of-year awards, prize giveaways, and a look back at this rotary year!