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Brodie Lockard

Brodie Lockard is the founder of the Hawaii chapter of 350.org, the world’s largest organization dedicated to fighting climate change.  He is passionate about campaign finance reform.  He served as board member and Treasurer for Voter Owned Hawaii, and as Hawaii and Alaska Regional Coordinator for MoveOn.org during the 2008 Obama presidential campaign.  Brodie is currently the Hawaii State Climate Lead for Organizing For Action.  He has also volunteered with Move to Amend and Sierra Club, and done grassroots organizing for Public Citizen.  Brodie earned a B.A.S. in English and Mathematical Sciences, and an M.A. in Computer-Based Education, both from Stanford University.

Dave Anderson

Dave is a retired US Navy Commander and IT project manager/systems analyst.  He is active in several Honolulu community give-back efforts and assists Common Cause Hawaii in IT and media matters. He has been Secretary of his US Naval Academy Class of 1965 for nearly 55 years.  He also supports IT and data management efforts at Hawaii Public Radio. He has a BS in Naval Engineering from USNA and a MS in Operations Research from the Naval Postgraduate School.

Kauanoe Batangan

Kauanoe serves as the founder and principal consultant of Kuleana Pono Consulting, a public affairs and project management company that strives to create a self-sustaining, vibrant Hawaiʻi where ʻāina and kamaʻāina can thrive.Previously, Kauanoe worked in the federal, state, and local levels of our government to preserve our unique culture, steward our lands, build economic opportunity, and invest in our people. He is the founder of the Daniel K. Akaka Congressional Fellowship, a program to ensure Native Hawaiian engagement in federal policymaking. Kauanoe holds a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science from Stanford University and has earned advanced degrees from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Public Policy. He volunteers his time serving on a range of boards and commissions including Common Cause Hawaiʻi, the Maui County Charter Commission, and the Maui Historical Society.

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