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Waimea, Book: Hawaiki Rising, Women Lead, Hiking

The Conversation: Tuesday, May 14th

It’s Tuesday, May 14– From HPR2, it’s The Conversation.  

Why Waimea is for families

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Sydney Wiecking has lived in Hawaii since the 60's and in Waimea since the 80's as a parent, teacher, counselor and now a life coach.  She has seen Waimea evolve from a town of cow pastures and no street lights to an eclectic village that attracts people from all over the world and now families looking for a family friendly beach vacation—at least as defined by Parents Magazine.

Turn right at the Star of Gladness—you can’t miss it!

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Sam Low is the author of Hawaiki Rising.  He has made three separate voyages aboard the Hokule’a; his book comes out this month.

Get in touch with your feminine side: lead!

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Tracey Wilen-Daugenti PhD leads national conversations on the impact of technology on society, work and education. She’s a visiting scholar at Stanford University's Media X program. She’s also a former Silicon Valley executive who has held leadership positions at Apple, HP, Cisco Systems, and the Apollo Group. Her latest book is Women Lead: Career Perspectives from Workplace Leaders.

All roads lead to trails? Well, the good ones do

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Guy Archer is the president of the Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Club.

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