Thursday, February 23 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Women As Environmental Change Agents

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Join Me Fuimaono-Poe for an enlivening talk about how being a frontline activist can prepare you to become a change agent in both your personal and professional life.

In this talk, you will learn tools so you can leave the board room and pick up the bull horn to bring about the changes you wish to make in yourself and the world.

Women have a long history in environmental activism; some of Me's hero’s include Winona Laduke, Vandana Shiva and Erin Brockovitch. These women saw issues in their communities and became agents of change that affected not only their own neighborhood, but the world.

Hawaii has a long history of female activists; Haunanai Task and Pua Case are examples of how strong leadership can unite the islands to work for a single goal, like Mauna Kea and stopping the Thirty Meter Telescope.

Come to this talk and add yourself to the list of these incredible women.
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Me Fuimaono-Poe

Me Fuimaono-Poe is a Family Nurse Practitioner. She works at Queens Medical Center and also owns and operates the Malie Cannabis Clinic. Me has been an environmental activist for 20+ years and has volunteered with several organizations including Food Not Bombs, Earth First, Californians... Read More →

Thursday February 23, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
The Speakeasy