This month, we continue to celebrate mothers and all strong women, including our 63 women Fellows—the majority of our 115-member Forum of Fellows. We truly admire their service to their various industries and our community, and we recognize how they are paving the way for our next generation of leaders.
In this issue of Taking on Tomorrow, we learn the story of one Fellow who was recently appointed as a member of the University of Hawaiʻi Board of Regents and her extended history with the university. Hear from women Fellows in every cohort share their wisdom on leadership. Finally, learn about a virtual workshop which supports women to thrive through the pandemic and an online assessment that can help you unlock the potential in your strengths.
May we all do our best to keep thriving and stay strong.
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Cohort VIII Fellow Diane Paloma’s ties to the University of Hawai‘i run deep. Her connection to UH recently came full circle when she was appointed to the UH Board of Regents. She answered some of our questions about this new volunteer role and how she hopes to help shape the future of Hawai‘i.