What School Could Be | Breakfast & Coffee Panel Discussion

Tue Oct 18 2022 at 08:00 am to 10:00 am
Entrepreneurs Sandbox ,Honolulu

What School Could Be | Breakfast & Coffee Panel Discussion
  • Date

    Tue Oct 18 2022 at 08:00 am to 10:00 am

  • Location

    Entrepreneurs Sandbox, 643 Ilalo Street, Honolulu, United States

  • Organizer

    Funder Hui

A panel discussion on What School Could Be and the intersections between investing and the future of education
About this Event

What actually happens when a community seriously invests in training young people to be not just #futureready, but shape the future?

Hear from panelists who will talk about the intersection of investing and movements to reimagine education towards student-driven learning and real world challenges. Panelists will speak to current and potential efforts to invest in, and educate not one, not two, but multiple generations of young human capital who will shape the future of Hawai’i, the nation and the world to be more just, more equitable and fully sustainable.

Panelists:

  • Ted Dintersmith – Retired VC and funder behind WhatSchoolCouldBe.org
  • Mark Loughridge – Case Accelerator for Student Entrepreneurship at Punahou School
  • John Allen II – Director, Searider Productions
  • Susan Yamada – Director of UH Ventures and PACE
  • Ian Kitajima – Director / Tech Sherpa, Oceanit

Coffee & Breakfast will be provided to all in-person attendees.

Doors open at 8:00am for Coffee & Breakfast. Panel Discussion begins at 8:30am.

An online streaming option will be made available on FB Live at https://www.facebook.com/WhatSchoolCouldBe

Tickets are $45 and cover the event, along with breakfast and coffee. Space is limited so please reserve your seats as soon as possible.

This event is hosted as a collaboration between HVCA, Funder Hui & What School Could Be.

Email Josh Reppun at [email protected] or Doorae Shin at [email protected] with any questions.


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