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InsideOut Magazine (ISSN 2158-494X) is produced by Morris Visitor Publications (MVP), a division of Morris Communications Co., LLC, 725 Broad St. Augusta, GA 30901. Annual subscription rate is $18 or $32 for two years. To subscribe, email: miao@insideouthawaii.com. Copyright 2014. All rights reserved. Reproduction of the whole or any part of content prohibited without written permission. InsideOut Hawaii will not accept responsibility for submitted materials that are lost or stolen. Female leaders gather for 3-day summit Inaugural symposium puts the spotlight on a host of women’s issues.

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Community Involvement WOMEN EQUALITY HAS long been an important political issue. Now a three-day symposium aims to draw more attention to the subject. Local attorney Christine Kubota and “a bunch of old ladies” — as she so kiddingly refers to her friends — have organized the inaugural Women’s Leadership Summit, which will focus on such topics as life balance, leadership, mentoring and health. Kubota says she attended a similar summit in Tokyo and decided that Hawaii women could benefit from such a conference. In the meantime, a different group of people will gather on the North Shore with a goal of energizing and motivating people to engage in their lives and community. The Wanderlust Festival celebrates music, yoga and nature, while concurrently advocating the “pillars of mindful living — yoga, the arts, personal spirituality, environmentalism, organics and conscious consumerism.” Likewise, Argentinian native Pablo Gonzalez has grown his business organically, sourcing local ingredients for Lanikai Juice’s smoothies and visiting schools to teach kids about nutrition and healthy choices. Juniors at Punahou have Recognizing learned their own life’s lessons while planning the citizens their annual carnival, which has become the largest annual fundraiser for the school’s finanwho make our cial aid program. As Cindy Eulitt so succinctly community a says: “It’s a great way to bring everyone together special place to to work on a common goal.” Mitch D’Olier live and play. had his own mission when he was tasked with developing Kailua. And he did so with community involvement, allowing members to share their ideas and concerns while Kailua underwent major transformations. Now semi-retired, D’Olier looks forward to his next challenge. In his new role as chairman of Kaneohe Ranch and the Foundation, he aspires to bring parity between under-resourced kids and economically-stable children in windward Oahu. Equality and giving have been the cornerstorne for Carole Kai Charities Inc., which has distributed in excess of $9.6 million to benefit local nonprofits and scholarships across Oahu.

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