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DON'T FORGET THIS: Wahine Forum 2020 Event Program

Resources

With so many great discussions happening during this year's Wahine Forum, we have created this page to help you access the documents, apps, companies and other resources being shared around throughout the three days.

We hope this guide helps you get involved, stay mentally and physically engaged and create a better mana wahine network!

Opening General Session: The Pandemic is Not Gender Neutral

Aloha United Way Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources


Empower Your Health: How to Stay Mentally and Physically Fit When Live Happens 

15 Free Exercise Apps
Orange Theory's At-Home Exercises


Cultivating Mindfulness

The Center for Healthy Minds is founded by Dr. Richard Davidson, a leading neuroscientist, meditation practitioner, and researcher on mindfulness.
• Davidson and Daniel Goleman, famous for his work on Emotional Intelligence, recently wrote this book Altered Traits, looking at the science behind meditation.
• Cultivating mindfulness tips from Dr. Dana Arakawa of thrive808321: Mindfulness (click HERE to download the PDF)
Deepak Chopra's 21-Day Meditations
• The Mindfulness Movement


Your Road Map to Financial Well-Being

• Financial Organizer (click HERE to download the PDF)
Wealth Planning Checklist (click HERE to download the PDF)


Female Founders: How We Built It

Hawaii Business Magazine article where local leaders explain the benefits of the movement - B-Corps: "Business as a Force for Good"
• Enjoy 15 % any sunglasses when you shop on MohalaEyewear.com. Just use the code “wahineforum” at checkout. For every pair of sunglasses sold, Mohala donates one week of school to Room to Read Girls’ Education Program
• Shop your favorite WAHINE tee from Dolkii. Dolkii's soft tees feature graphics inspired by Hawai'i and support women and girls thru a partnership with Women's Fund of Hawai'i.
ARIA Studios is an award-winning team of filmmakers, photographers, artists and friends specializing in Cinematography x Fine Art Film Photography for Weddings, Commercials, Lifestyle and Humanitarian causes. Based in Hawaii + the Pacific North West but will travel wherever the story takes them.
Waiwai Collective is a group of Native Hawaiian entrepreneurs who share kuleana and a passion for uplifting the lāhui. Through their work, they have seen the extraordinary power of physical community when people come together with purpose and aloha. Ka Waiwai is a call to action for the lāhui kanaka to come together and dream up ideas of exchange and abundance that prioritize the quality of relationships and the balance between people and the ʻāina. Ka Waiwai is located in the historic Varsity building situated in Mōʻiliʻili. After several years of the bottom floor being unoccupied, Waiwai Collective took on the opportunity with excitement to transform the area into a contemporary Hawaiian space for creative and transformative work. Coming soon... a new location! - Ka Waiwai ma Nuʻuanu 
DTL (detail) is a multidisciplinary studio that helps businesses, governments, organizations, and communities navigate change. DTL’s unique approach, moves clients from where they are to where they need to be. 


Morning Zen: Yoga & Meditation

• Practice with Kilty Online! Weekly Live Stream Classes Available. More details HERE.


CEO Roundtable with Professor Joseph Fuller, Harvard Business School

• Harvard Business School: Managing the Future of Work


Fireside Chat with Major Genera Suzanne Vares-Lum and Coach Bud Nagamine 

• Book recommendations from Major General Suzanne Vares-Lum
      • Athena Rising: How and Why Men Should Mentor Women
      • Good Guys: How Men Can Be Better Allies for Women in the Workplace
      • The Starfish and the Spider: The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations
      • Radical Inclusion


This Crisis Can Be a Catalyst for Change

• Hawaii Investment Ready - Impact Investing Resources
ʻĀina Aloha Economic Futures Website
ʻĀina Aloha Futures' Living Library - A community developed list of resources to help bring to life a resilient Hawaiʻi economy through our core value of ʻāina aloha — a deep and abiding love for Hawaiʻi's communities and natural environments.
• Hawaiʻi Executive Collaborative CHANGE Initiative article about Visitor Green Fees concept + deep dive article about Green Fees, carbon offsets, carbon taxes, and the state of those ideas in Hawaiʻi
• Michael Shuman - Comparative Resilience: 8 Principles for Post-COVID Reconstruction
• Support The Nature Conservancy of Hawaiʻi HERE!
• The Economic Research Organization at the University of Hawaiʻi – Can Hawaiʻi Rise from the ashes of COVID-19 as a Smart Destination?


Intersection 101: How Race, Class, and Gender Affect Our Lives

• Building Bridges, Not Walking on Backs: An Economic Recovery Plan for COVID-19 by the Hawaiʻi State Commission on the Status of Women (click HERE to view)

• The Hawaiʻi State Commission on the Status of Women offers Gender and Anti-Sexism Training for Hawaiʻi workplaces. For more information, please email ctrinh@dhs.hawaii.gov.

The Pōpolo Project is Hawaiʻi-based nonprofit organization that redefines what it means to be Black in Hawaiʻi and in the world through cultivating radical reconnection to ourselves, our community, our ancestors, and the land, changing what we commonly think of as Local and highlighting the vivid, complex diversity of Blackness. Click HERE to learn more.

Wahine Lounge: Resources

Five Practices for Effective Intention Setting (click HERE to download the PDF)
• Check out KEILANA's new "I AM" album out October 20, 2020
• Want more Na Leo Pilimehana? Click HERE.
• Girl Scouts of Hawaiʻi - STEM Center for Excellence, Camp Paumalū, North Shore (click HERE to download the PDF)

Giveaways

Complimentary 45-minute session with Lyndal Larkin

• You're invited to deepen connection, provide support and share your practice areas by joining an intimate cohort of Wahine Forum participants for a complimentary 45-min. virtual breakout session with Lyndal Larkin.
• This offer is open to ALL registered Wahine Forum participants*
*Maximum of 12 participants; first come, first served
• Email the details below by midnight (12pm HST) Friday, October 23
• Send to: LyndalL@LarkinLeadership.com
           
• Subject Line: Wahine Breakout Session
           • Include in email body: Name, Title, Company

Task Chair courtesy of CEI Hawaii

• CEI Hawaii will be giving away one (1) Task Chair to two (2) lucky winners
           
• One (1) Generation Task Chair (valued at $610) and one (1) ReGeneration Task Chair (valued at $960)
           • Enter to win at www.CEIHawaii.com