The Hawaii Business Magazine Podcast talks with experts, thought leaders and executives who are working toward positive change in Hawaiʻi.

We’ll discuss important issues, what’s being done to address Hawai‘i’s biggest challenges, and what organizations and individuals can do to make a meaningful impact.

You can find each episode here or wherever you tune in, including Apple Podcast, Google Play, Spotify, and Stitcher. Enjoy!

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Episode 1 – Community & Economy, Part 1, CHANGE Event Series

In part one, panelists Rich Wacker, Karen Tan, Christine Camp, Norm Baker, and Sterling Higa discuss the equity in housing and employment, ALICE families and their access to resources, and how to create economic diversity in Hawaiʻi.

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Episode 2 – Community & Economy, Part 2, CHANGE Event Series

This episode features Rich Wacker, Karen Tan, Christine Camp, Norm Baker, and Sterling Higa as they continue their conversation on Hawaiʻi’s community and economy. Each of the panelists share the innovative ways their company and partners support the local community, address questions from the audience (including student questions), and parting thoughts on how businesses can build impactful partnerships to move the needle.

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Episode 3 – Health & Wellness, Part 1, CHANGE Event Series

In part 1 of the Health & Wellness discussion, Jill Hoggard Green, Dr. Mark Mugiishi, Bob Harrison, Dr. Joseph Keawe‘aimoku Kaholokula, Connie Mitchell, and Rich Bettini explore breaking down ethnic health care disparities, fighting back against the diabetes epidemic, and more!

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Episode 4 – Health & Wellness, Part 2, CHANGE Event Series

In part two of the Health & Wellness discussion, Jill Hoggard Green, Dr. Mark Mugiishi, Bob Harrison, Dr. Joseph Keawe‘aimoku Kaholokula, Connie Mitchell, and Rich Bettini elaborate on mental wellness, the COVID-19 pandemic, local efforts to improve access to health care, and what it will take to adapt to the evolving industry.