Program Descriptions

LEADERSHIP  ENGAGEMENT

First Nations Futures Program  |  www.fnfp.org
The First Nations Futures Program is an international alliance between respected institutions with a common interest, yet diverse perspectives, in fostering well-being by enhancing the intersect of our environment, economy and culture. Members of this alliance seek to perpetuate cultural identity by honoring their familial relationship with their respective domains, practicing culturally-grounded stewardship of their assets, and leveraging broader scale impact of systems that influence their environment, political policy and economy.

Hannahs is co-founder and co-director of FNFP. He develops and sustains the commitment of partners, reviews and adjusts program design and curriculum to meet evolving circumstances and serves as a mentor to participants.

Partners include:
Stanford University; Kamehameha Schools; UH-Mānoa; Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu; University of Canterbury; First Alaskans Institute; SeaAlaska Corporation

Social Enterprise Acceleration

Hawaiʻi Investment Ready  | www.hiready.net 
Often called HIR, this initiative strives to build a thriving ecosystem for growing capacity, effectiveness and impact of social enterprises that seek to foster environmental sustainability, promote social justice, model innovation & grow place- & culture-based economies.  HIR is also providing access to data, best practices & operating systems to stimulate an increased flow of impact investment capital to Hawaiʻi social enterprises.

Hannahs is co-founder and co-director of HIR. He develops and sustains the commitment of partners, reviews and adjusts program design and curriculum to meet evolving circumstances and serves as a mentor to participants.

Partners Include: KL Felicitas Foundation; Kamehameha Schools; Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority; Hauʻoli Mau Loa Foundation; Liliʻuokalani Trust; Environmental Funders Group

Impact Collaborations 
Hoʻokele Strategies LLC extends intellectual and social capital to enterprises and agencies with aligned missions. Current collaborations involve: restoration of native forests; expanding eco-cultural tourism opportunities; enhancing Hawaiʻiʻs food system; and fostering leadership across the Pacific.

Hannahs provides an array of capacity building services and consultation based on the needs of the respective partners.

Partners Include: Paniolo Tonewoods; Hawaiʻi Forest & Trail; MAʻO Farms; Kupu

paniolotonewoods.com
hawaii-forest.com
maoorganicfarms.org
kupuhawaii.org