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  KONISHIKI - Former Sumo wrestling champion, Recording Artist and Founder of the Konishiki Kids Foundation

Filed under: Greater Good Radio, Been there, done that, Restaurateurs, Music and Arts, Social entrepreneurs, Coaches corner, Athletes in business — jayr - May 26, 2007 @ 9:00 am

KONISHIKI - Former Sumo wrestling champion, Recording Artist and Founder of the Konishiki Kids Foundation

Born Saleva’a Fauali Atisano’e, Konishiki Yasokichi was the first foreign-born sumo wrestler to be named champion or Ozeki. Konishiki won his first 11 matches as an amateur athlete in the Japanese sport. He left after more than 15 years with the Sumo Association and started his own business as a marketing professional, publicizing his persona through television. Konishiki has appeared in several TV advertisements for Japanese companies and products. He is also an established recording artist, debuting in the music scene in 2000.

All of Konishiki’s successes are put in to good use as he strives to uplift the lives of not only his family and relatives but also the hundreds of children who are on the verge of losing hope at such a young age. Konishiki founded the Konishiki Kids Foundation to mentor and guide disadvantaged children towards the right path. One of the main philosophies that the foundation wants to put forward is the idea that children have a “choice”.
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  JUNE JONES - Head Coach of the University of Hawaii Football Team

Filed under: Greater Good Radio, Coaches corner — jayr - May 19, 2007 @ 10:00 am

JUNE JONES - Head Coach of the University of Hawaii Football Team

June Jones claims the title of the winningest coach in the history of the University of Hawaii’s football team. In his eight seasons with UH as head coach, June has also bagged the Western Athletic Conference Coach of the Year twice, in 1999 and 2006. All these accomplishments stem from a consequential decision. After being offered a contract to continue as the San Diego Charger’s head coach, June opted to take the head-coaching job at Hawaii when it was offered, choosing an indelible challenge over a sizeable paycheck.

In his many years of involvement with the sport as coach and player, June has been decorated with numerous awards and has helped other individuals reach their full potential in this gridiron sport. In 1982, June was a player coach in helping the Toronto Argos to a division title. In 1984, while coaching in the USFL with the Houston Gamblers, he had two receivers catch over 100 passes for the first time in professional history.
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  BRETT BREWER - Founder of MySpace.com, President and member of the Board of Directors of Adknowledge    ***** (5.0)

Filed under: Greater Good Radio, Young entrepreneurs, Technology entrepreneurs, Music and Arts, Social entrepreneurs — jayr - May 12, 2007 @ 8:00 am

BRETT BREWER - Founder of MySpace.com, President and member of the Board of Directors of Adknowledge

His colleagues call him “a true Internet visionary and an expert in online marketing”, and indeed Brett Brewer’s knowledge in the digital domain permeates in the World Wide Web as founder of Intermix Media, the publicly traded parent of Myspace.com. Today, he is president and Board member of Adknowledge, a leading online advertising agency firm. In December 2006, Brett was appointed to Trans World Entertainment Corp.’s Board of Directors.

Brett has built several Internet businesses since graduating from UCLA in 1996, the largest of which was Intermix Media, which he sold to News Corp. fpr $673 million in October 2005. He is a leading Internet pioneer with an influential voice in the dynamic, growing online advertising industry. Brett’s experience has lead AdKnowledge to be recognized as a Red Herring Top 200 Company for 2006. He is an angel investor in several technology start-ups and active in a number of community and charitable organizations including Big Brothers of Los Angeles and Bizworld.org, a children’s education organization.
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  Alumni Honored By HPU At Paul Loo Awards Dinner

Filed under: Press — jayr - May 9, 2007 @ 11:18 pm

Alumni Honored By HPU At Paul Loo Awards Dinner

Hawai‘i Pacific University recognized three outstanding alumni for their achievements at the fifth annual Paul C.T. Loo Distinguished Alumni Awards April 27, at the Waialae Country Club.

The awards, named in honor of Paul C.T. Loo, one of the University’s founders, honor HPU alumni in three categories: Professional Achievement Award, Alumni Service Award, and Young Alumni Award. The awardees for 2007 are as follows:
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  JEFF WATANABE - Founding partner of Watanabe Ing & Komeiji LLC, Chairman of the Consuelo Zobel Alger Foundation

Filed under: Greater Good Radio, Been there, done that, Social entrepreneurs, Life after military — jayr - May 5, 2007 @ 10:00 am

JEFF WATANABE - Founding partner of Watanabe Ing & Komeiji LLC, Chairman of the Consuelo Zobel Alger Foundation

Jeff Watanabe is a tireless business and community leader, being member of the board of more than a dozen for-profit and non-profit organizations. He is a founding partner of Watanabe Ing & Komeiji LLC, which he established with colleagues in 1971. At this time, Watanabe Ing. and Komeiji LLC was the youngest of its kind which went head-to-head with the five biggest law firms in the state.

Jeff is also the chairman of the Consuelo Zobel Alger Foundation, which works with hundreds of other non-profit organizations in Hawaii and the Philippines.

Greater Good Radio brings back Jeff Watanabe, a man of considerable experience in social entrepreneurship. In this interview, he talks about his time in Washington working under Senator Daniel Inouye, and how the senior politician had influenced him in to going back to Hawaii and give back to the very people who brought him to his current standing.

Jeff also shares his view on mentorship and how this significantly helps in the formation of values of the coming generation of leaders.

“Mentors can help you judge how big a problem is which is very difficult to do when you see a new problem that you never saw before,” Jeff said. “So I think that’s one thing that people ought to be doing.”

Listen to Evan and Kari’s interview with Jeff Watanabe, and find out more about his unflagging involvement in the community.


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