Ford Institute Leadership Class Maui 2014

Posted on Apr 29, 2014 in Community News, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Public Information
Ford Institute Maui 2014 cohort

Members of the 2014 Maui cohort of Ford Institute training with their trainers.

2014 Maui Leadership Program Graduates 21

The 2014 Maui Leadership Development Program is based on curriculum from the Ford Institute for Leadership Program or FILP. It is a 64-hour course conducted 2 days per month for 4 months. Class Sessions are conducted by FILP certified trainers Gigi Cairel and June Otow from Hi’ilei Aloha.

In addition, FILP graduates from the 2011 Waimānalo class and the 2012 Hilo class served as co-trainers and gained train-the-trainer experience.

The 2014 Maui Program was made possible through support and funding from Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, County of Maui, The Atherton Family Foundation, and Paukūkalo Hawaiian Homes Community Association. In addition, Queen Lili’uokalani Children’s Center Maui Unit generously provided classroom space and refreshments.

Maui class participants are all residents of Maui County and represent Central and West Maui, Upcountry, and Lana’i — including 15 representatives from 10 native Hawaiian homesteads.

2014 Ford Institute Leadership Program Graduates:

  • Pamela Alconcel
  • Alika Atay
  • Eddie Auwae
  • Alyson Nāpua Barrows
  • Kawika Davidson
  • Leni Meleka Hokoana English
  • Kekoa Enomoto
  • John Flom
  • Ku‘uleilani Maunupau Gaspar
  • Kirstein A. Heyman
  • Nicole Hokoana
  • Waylen Kaui Kahaialii
  • Carol Lee Kamekona
  • Janice N. Kekahuna
  • Tina Keko‘olani
  • Roy K. Oliveira
  • Alena Ornellas
  • Rodney Pa‘ahana
  • Kaia Pali
  • George Kapule Paoa Jr.
  • Joyce T. U. Yamada