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Know An Aspiring Leader? Ka Ipu Kukui Leadership Program Seeks Applicants

May 30, 2011, 4:25 PM HST
* Updated May 30, 6:48 PM
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By Sonia Isotov

Ka Ipu Kukui Fellows, a Decisions Maui and Focus Maui Nui initiative, is currently seeking applications for a year-long program designed to train community-identified future leaders of Maui County.

The program has successfully graduated 46 individuals over the last four years. This community-based program is designed to specifically address all aspects of planning for Maui County’s future. Application deadline is July 25. Program scheduled to begin August 2011.

The 2012 Ka Ipu Kukui Fellows will be selected through a competitive process conducted by the members of the screening and selection committee. Approximately ten to fifteen individuals will be selected based on criteria including: commitment to civic involvement in Maui County, potential for community leadership, and professional as well as personal achievement.

The Ka Ipu Kukui Steering Committee currently includes the following local leaders: Roselle Bailey, Sandy Baz, Buck Buchanan, Rory Frampton, Lori Teragawachi, Scott Nunokawa, Stanley Okamoto, Ken Ota, Clyde Sakamoto, Jeanne Skog, Kalani Ho, Lianne Yoshida, Yarrow Flower, and Rhiannon Chandler.


Interested individuals or sponsors, can get more information and/or obtain an applications by visiting  Self-nominations also accepted. Interested parties may also contact Dr. Lori Teragawachi at 984-3406.

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