Chief Design Officer Featured at Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement’s 21st Annual Native Hawaiian Convention
At the convention, held July 19-22, Wondros Chief Design Officer, Amber Schleuning was featured as a panelist with local cultural practitioner and expert, Aaron Salā, PhD. They discussed regenerative/sustainable tourism.
“I was honored to represent Wondros and humbled to play a small role as Hawaiians elevate their voices for positive change,” said Schleuning.
Kūhiō Lewis, CEO for the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement, states, “This year’s theme, HULIHIA, speaks to an overturning that serves as a catalyst for deep, transformative change. The long-term impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with the rise in cost of living, economic challenges, and shifts in the business and tourism industries, have created an environment that is ripe for hulihia. As we look to the past and those who came before us for courage and inspiration, we will continue their legacy of resilience by embracing this moment of hulihia.”
Click here to learn more about the convention and its mission.