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As we reflect on Hawai‘i’s history, we see moments that were ripe for huliau, windows when deep transformation could readily occur. There is perhaps no better moment than today, in the anticipated wake of COVID-19, to boldly transform tourism, Hawai‘i’s chief economic driver, to a regenerative model that Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority is set to lead.

 

OUR FOUNDATION

Bridge Brand Marketing and Destination Management plans that work together to embrace regenerative models that provide value to our communities, our culture, our ʻāina, and our visitors.

Transition Team

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Doug Chang

Chair of Transition Team

 General Manager, Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikīkī and former HTA Chair

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Amy Kalili

Interim Executive Director, Kilohana Collective, and Partner, Pilina First LLP

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Aaron Salā

Director of Cultural Affairs, Royal Hawaiian Center and former HTA Chair

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Kūhaʻo Zane

COO & Creative Director, Sig Zane Designs and President, Edith Kanakaʻole Foundation

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Ann Botticelli

former Hawaiian Airlines Senior VP of Corporate Communications and Public Relations

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Micah Kāne

CEO and President, Hawai‘i Community Foundation

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Rebecca Soon

President,

Ward Research

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Frank Haas

 former HTA Vice President and Director of Marketing and current visitor industry consultant

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Kuʻuipo Kumukahi

Manager of Hawaiian Culture, Hyatt Regency Waikīkī

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Roy Tokujo

ʻUlalena founder and former HTA Chair

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Corbett Kalama

Executive Vice President, The Harry and Jeannette Weinberg Foundation

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Kūhiō Lewis

CEO,

Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement

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Sun Wong

Principal, CM Marketing Group and former chair of O‘ahu Visitors Bureau

COUNCIL for NATIVE HAWAIIAN ADVANCEMENT

​Headquartered in Kapolei, The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) is a member-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a mission to enhance the cultural, economic, political, and community development of Native Hawaiians.

 

For over 20 years, we have provided access to capital, financial education and individualized financial counseling services with a focus on low and moderate-income families. CNHA is also Native Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) certified by the U.S. Treasury department and a HUD-Certified Housing Counseling agency and serves as a National Intermediary, providing grants and loans targeting underserved communities in Hawaiʻi.

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