Fireside Chat with Stuart Coleman (Wastewater Alternatives & Innovations)

Hub Co-working Hawaii - 1050 Queen St Unit 100 Honolulu, 96814 Honolulu
Thu, Jul 8, 5:30 PM (HST)

About this event

Zoom Link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88623577203

Join Startup Grind for a fireside chat with the Executive Director of Wastewater Alternative Innovations, Stuart Coleman. 

Stuart Coleman is a writer, environmental advocate and social entrepreneur. He is the author of three books, including the award-winning biography Eddie Would Go. As the Hawaii Manager of the Surfrider Foundation, he led efforts to pass landmark plastic pollution bills that were some of the first in the nation. In 2019, he started a new non-profit called WAI: Wastewater Alternatives & Innovations. As Executive Director of WAI, Coleman and his team are dedicated to improving water quality, introducing new sanitation technology and making Hawaii a leader in innovative waste management. Stuart was a speaker on the final panel of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundations' Reinvented Toilet Expo in Beijing. 

This event will be held at the Hub Coworking Center in Kakaako. Current participation is limited to 10 participants in person. We also will be live streaming it on zoom. 

The format of the in-person event will be: 

5:30 pm -   Meet and greet with light refreshments

6:30 pm -   Fireside Chat with Stuart Coleman

7:30pm-     Networking 

Early bird tickets are $10 and sales for these end June 31st. Regular tickets are $15. Zoom tickets are free and it will begin streaming at 6:15pm. In-person ticket sales will end once we reach 10 attendees. 

Register today! 

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Speaker

  • Stuart Coleman

    Stuart Coleman

    Wastewater Alternatives & Innovations

    Executive Director

    Stuart Coleman is a writer, environmental advocate and social entrepreneur. He is the author of three books, including the award-winning biography Eddie Would Go. As the Hawaii Manager of the Surfrider Foundation, he led efforts to pass landmark plastic pollution bills that were some of the first in the nation. In 2019, he started a new non-profit called WAI: Wastewater Alternatives & Innov...

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  • When

    Thursday, Jul 8
    5:30 PM - 8:30 PM (HST)

    Where

    Hub Co-working Hawaii
    1050 Queen St Unit 100 Honolulu96814

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      Meghdad Abbaszadegan

      Startup Grind Honolulu

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      Elisabeth Morquecho

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