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Kahua O Ke Ola Foundations for Prosperity

The 2012 Family Financial Empowerment Symposium

When: Wednesday, June 27th to Friday, June, 29th, 2012

Where: Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
            2552 Kalakaua Avenue Honolulu, Hawaii 96815

Symposium Resources & Materials

Missed something at the symposium?  Need a refresher or would you like to share some materials?  See below for Power Point's and other presentations from the 2012 Family Financial Empowerment Symposium!

Wednesday, June 27th Opening Plenary:
-Federal, State, & Local Asset Policy: An Overview & Discussion of Implications for Hawai'i's Families- Andrea Levere (PPT) 
-Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Ho'okahua Waiwai- Aedward Los Banos (PPT)
Friday, June 29th Concurrent Breakout Session Materials:
(click any of the links to download materials from the sessions)

Session I: 9:10am-10:30am

Family Financial Empowerment Centers: A Supervitamin Approach to Asset Building 
-Supervitamin Report (PDF)
-Save USA Implementation Brief (PDF)

Youth Asset Building- Educational Pathways to Jobs, the New Assets 
-Kapiolani Community College STEM Program- Keoki Noji (PPT)
-Pacific American Foundation- Herb Lee (PPT)
-Akamai Foundation/The Akamai Finance Academy- Johnny Chankhamany (PPT)

'Ohana Economics, Managing & Reducing Household Expenses & Risks- Health, Food, Energy, & Other Considerations 
-Ka Hana No'eau- David Fuertes & Kynan Kawai (PPT)
-Partners in Development Foundation- Resiliency (Video)

Session II: 10:40am-noon
Asset Building, Social Services, & Culturally-Based Practices 
-City of L.A. Community Action Agency- Abigail Marquez (PPT)
-Measuring Impact- Abigail Marquez (PPT)
-Annual SOFA Performance Report- Abigail Marquez (PDF)
-Kokua Kalihi Valley- Women's Sewing Program- Dawn Mahi (PPT)

Public Sector Investments in Financial Empowerment-Strategies for Affecting Funding & Policy Changes 
-Asset Building & Financial Empowerment: Examples from Hawai'i County's Ka'u Community Development Plan- Ron Whitmore (PPT)

Kids Savings Initiatives- Lessons Learned & Best Practices 
-Kids Savings Initiatives- Andrea Levere (PPT)

Support Strategies for Community-Based Venture & SMall/Micro Business Development: Community Development Venture Capital, Micro-financing, and Training & Technical Assistance
-Feed the Hunger Foundation- Patti Chang (Video)

Session III: 2:00-3:20pm

Strategic Partnerships & Sustainability- Employer Based Strategies & Funding Approaches 
-Maintaining & Exploring Strategic Partnerships- Rochelle Toney (PDF)
-Public Sector Investments in Financial Empowerment- Rochelle Toney (PDF)
-Strategic Partnership Sustainability- Employer Based Strategies- Rochelle Toney (PDF)
-Employer-Based Strategies & Funding- Blayne Hanagami (PPT)
-Financial Empowerment Through Employer Engagement- Leigh Phillips (PPT)

Effectuating Network Approaches to Asset Building Through Design Thinking
-Design Thinking (PPT)
-Mechanics Challenge (PPT)

Food & Agriculture- Critical Entry Points for Financial Empowerment 
-North Kohala Eat Locally Grown- Andrea Dean (PPT)

Additional Handouts:
CFED Framework (PDF)
CFED Household Framework (PDF)
CFED- Why Assets Matter (PDF)

Click here for a draft program!

Click here for additional information!

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