Thursday, October 26, 7:30am - 4:30pm
Hilton Hawaiian Village
OWL ladies are encouraged to save the date and plan to attend Hawai‘i Business Magazine’s annual conference promoting leadership and career development for women. OWL will be partnering once again, by hosting a booth at this event.
Please mark your calendars and visit wahine.hawaiibusiness.com to register for the conference.
It's time for our annual get together. Members and guests are welcome to come and enjoy an evening with your OWL sisters, meet new friends, and a chance to win fabulous door prizes!
Wednesday, October 4, 2017 5:30-7:30 pm
Outrigger Canoe Club
2909 Kalakaua Ave.
Heavy pupu, no-host cocktails
Cost: $35 if paid by Sept. 22nd and $40 thereafter
Please make your check payable to OWL Hawaii and mail to OWL (516 Kawaihae St #E Honolulu, HI 96825)
OWL Member's are invited to join the Women's Fund of Hawaii on May 15th for their Annual Tea and Champagne Fund Raiser!
The mission of the Women’s Fund of Hawaii is to support innovative, grassroots programs that empower women and girls in Hawaii. Please visit their website for more details at: http://womensfundhawaii.org
"When women thrive, communities prosper."
The OWL Board invites all OWL members and their guests to join us for our OWL Spring Mixer. We also would like to give a big THANK YOU to our sponsor for this event: Kaiser Permanente, Hawaii.
Cost: $25 if paid by April 13th and $35 thereafter. Heavy pupus, no-host cocktails. Please make your check payable to OWL Hawaii and mail to OWL (516 Kawaihae St #E Honolulu, HI 96825).
The Spring Mixer will feature our popular OWL DOOR PRIZE DRAWING! Door prize donations are welcome! Please contact board member Tracie Young at email@example.com.
In addition to fun and camaraderie, Barbra Pleadwell, communications strategist and cofounder of Hastings & Pleadwell will conduct a 30-minute educational seminar "Hoot Your Own" sharing tips on creating a professional bio and taking a quality business photo.
Barbra is a past president of OWL and recent past board chair of the YWCA Oahu. She helped launch the largest women’s volunteer organization HerStory conference and worked with Hawaii Business Magazine to create and build Wahine Forum, Hawaii’s leading women’s business conference.
"Hoot Your Own Horn" Workshop 5:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Mixer 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse Restaurant Row (500 Ala Moana Blvd.)
OWL again supported the YWCA's annual Women’s Legislative Caucus Breakfast on Thursday, January 26th at the YWCA’s Fuller Hall. The Hawaii Women's Legislative Caucus is a formal, bipartisan, and bicameral caucus that each year introduces an official package of bills and resolutions in both the Senate and House of Representatives. The Caucus' legislative agenda focuses on women, children and families. All women legislators are members. This year's caucus package is dedicated to the Women's March on Washington.
This well-attended breakfast event was organized to provide supporters with a preview of the bills that will be proposed in the upcoming session. These bills include access to quality healthcare, reducing violence against women, economic opportunities for women, and children's health and safety.
This event offers a unique opportunity to hear from our women legislators and all those in attendance were inspired by their dedication to Hawaii's women, children and families.
The OWL Board of Directors would like to thank all of those who attended the OWL annual Pau Hana event at the Outrigger Canoe Club on September 28, 2016 from 5:30-7:30pm.
It is always so great to see our OWL sisters and guests having a fantastic time catching up and networking. A highlight of the evening again this year was the prize give-aways -- thank you to all who donated items for this wonderful event.
The Pau Hana is a great way for OWL members and guests to get to know each other, offering an informal evening at a truly beautiful venue on the shores of Waikiki. The OWL ladies were very excited about our last meeting of the year - if you have not done so yet, invite some friends in the community who would appreciate coming to our luncheon. Hope to see you next year at our annual Pau Hana!