View CalendarView Calendar
Who Are Our Leaders? A Native Hawaiian Perspective Contextualized in Traditional & Contemporary Times
Who Are Our Leaders? A Native Hawaiian Perspective Contextualized in Traditional & Contemporary Times
WhenTuesday, Apr. 25, 2017, 5 – 7 p.m.
Description

Leaders are everywhere depending on the filters and values utilized. Dr. Nāone will explore how Native Hawaiian traditional systems can be utilized as a source of inspiration and then contextualize those systems and values to meet the needs of our current times.

Please join with Dr. Kanoe Nāone for an interactive, engaging conversation to expand notions of leadership.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Institute for Native Pacific Education & Culture (INPEACE), Kanoe Nāone, Ph.D. is responsible for the overall vision and direction of the statewide community-based agency. Through her leadership, INPEACE serves more than 6,400 people annually, with early childhood education, workforce de-velopment, and Hawaiian langue and culture programming. Dr. Nāone received her Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and is passionate about grassroots common sense solutions to com-plex issues by determining root causes and relying upon indigenous knowledge.

Registration is encouraged.

Campus locationUW Tacoma William W. Philip Hall (WPH)
Event typesLectures/Seminars
Event sponsorsHosted by the Doctorate Program in Educational Leadership at UW Tacoma, the Leadership Speaker Series is a collaborative, intellectual forum for the discussion of our most pressing social issues. Dr. Nāone's visit is additionally supported by UW Tacoma’s Office of Equity and Inclusion, Highline College, and Asian American Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions (AANAPISI).
Linkcatalyst.uw.edu…
View CalendarView CalendarPrintPrint
Events calendar powered by Trumba