Kāʻeo Duarte

Kāʻeo Duarte

Ka’eo Duarte is vice president of the Kamehameha Schools Community and ‘Āina Resiliency Group. He is in charge of managing the trust’s 360,000 acres with an eye toward education, environment, community, culture, and revenue. He is a former professor at UH Mānoa and an alumnus of St. Louis High School, Princeton, and MIT.

Film Screening

Scaling Up: Hawai‘i’s Food Future

Thursday, September 8, 2022, 6:30 PM

Richardson School of Law, Classroom 1
2515 Dole St
UH Mānoa Campus

Featuring remarks by Murray Clay, Ulupono Initiative; Kā’eo Duarte, Kamehameha Schools; Jay Fidell, ThinkTech Hawai‘i; Haley Miyaoka, Ahiki Acres; Janel Yamamoto, GoFarm Hawai‘i. Introductions by Ania Wieczorek, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources.

Sponsors: College of Tropical Agriculture & Human Resources, Making Waves Films, Scholars Strategy Network, ThinkTech Hawaii, UHM School of Communications & Information, Ulupono Initiative