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Trailblazing Women Leaders

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Honolulu Country Club

1690 Ala Puumalu Street

Honolulu, HI 96818

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Trailblazing Women Leaders

Panel discussion focused on women’s leadership

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5:00 pm – Check in and Networking
5:30 pm – Dinner
6:00 pm – Panelist discussion
6:40 pm – Q&A
7:00 pm – Networking and Wrap up
7:15 pm – Business Meeting
7:30 pm – Pau Event


Brandee J.K. Faria – Panelist
Ms. Faria is the managing partner of the law firm of Perkin & Faria. Perkin & Faria is a boutique litigation law firm, handling a wide range of cases, including class actions and multi-million dollar civil disputes on behalf of individuals, corporations and partnerships. Her practice consists is diverse, but she maintains a significant interest in civil consumer and employment litigation, and continues to fight for those who are exploited by deceptive and unfair business and employment practices. Ms. Faria has obtained multimillion dollar recoveries for individuals, companies and class action groups. Ms. Faria has successfully litigated over thirty Class Action matters. Ms. Faria has provided legal counsel and volunteered for a number of organizations such as Hui Malama I Ke Kai Foundation, Polynesian Voyaging Society, Hawaii Sailing Canoe Association, Kai Makana, Hui Nalu, Project Purelight, and New Hope Christian Fellowship’s Children of Incarcerated Parents Ministry.


Kymberly Marcos Pine – Panelist
Kymberly Marcos Pine is the Vice Chair of the Honolulu City Council, and the Chairwoman of the Council’s Committee on Zoning and Housing. She has continued to serve on the Honolulu City Council for almost six years. As the second-most senior official on the Council, and as the Chairwoman of the Committee on Zoning and Housing, she managed the drafting and implementation of several legislative measures to incentivize the development of affordable rental and for sale housing which resulted in the entitlement of almost 1,000 affordable units in the past year, guided the passage of the City’s first inclusionary housing program, and continues to oversee the development of Honolulu Transit Oriented Development districts.


Cathy Camp - Panelist
Cathy Camp has over 25 years of commercial real estate experience and is employed by Kamehameha Schools. As the Director of Planning & Development in the Commercial Real Estate Division she is responsible for the planning and successful execution of development projects in key strategic markets comprising over 3 million square feet. Cathy also served on the National Board of Directors for NAIOP and is past president of the Hawaii Chapter. She is a member of the Management Committee for Urban Land Institute (ULI) Hawaii and is on the Board of Directors for Child & Family Services, Girl Scouts of Hawaii, and Palama Settlement.


Laura Ayers - Panelist
Laura is Principal and partner of WhiteSpace Architects; an award-winning commercial and residential architectural firm with a 35 year history. Laura joined Philip White Architects in 2001, after working for four years in Chicago. She received her B.S. in Architecture from Georgia Tech and her Masters of Architecture from the University of Michigan. Drawn to Hawaii by her interest in regional architecture and desire to design buildings tied to the local culture, she found her niche at Philip White Architects.
Laura’s commitment and talent earned her an ownership role at the firm in April 2016, when her and Pip became partners and rebranded as WhiteSpace Architects. Through organic mentoring, Laura strives to develop young architects’ professional leadership skills. She encourages their involvement in the community and serves as an example through her roles within AIA, PACT (Parents and Children Together), Hawaii Nature Center, and Habitat for Humanity.


Christine Lanning – Panel Moderator
Christine Lanning leads an elite team of system integrators as President of Integrated Security Technologies - a woman-owned, small technology business in Hawaii in business since 1998. IST’s mission “Leading Hawaii to a Safer Place” reflects her history of commitment to the local community and the security industry. In 2014, Christine was awarded the ASIS Woman of the Year Award and in 2015 became the first female elected to the Board of Directors for PSA Security Network, North America’s largest electronic security cooperative. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a Master’s Degree in Information Systems. Christine is a champion for culture building and leadership, believing in Ho’ohui (creating connections and building bridges together).

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