There's never been a better time to be a woman at work. Alice Inoue, Beti Ward, Bettina Mehnert, Catherine Walker, Chris Hause, Kelly Suzuki-Shreve, Noriko Namiki, Sarah Love, Sharon Suzuki & Shelley Wilson
Even in her formative years at Kamehameha Schools, Kamuela Potter was an exceptionally organized student. Throughout her engineering studies at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, she displayed an eye for coordination and space planning.
For years, Christa Wittmier has been a pillar in Hawai‘i’s art, music and nightlife scenes. “I’ve been a storyteller since I moved here,” says Wittmier, who originally made a name for herself in Honolulu as a nightlife blogger. Whereas some storytellers merely retell occurrences, Wittmier is helping write the story.