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Jay Fidell

Jay is the President and CEO of ThinkTech Hawaii, Inc., a Hawaii 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.

At The State Capitol: Rep. Lynn DeCoite

Rep. Lynn DeCoite welcomed us into her office at the State Capitol to talk about Hawaiian Airline’s Temporary Service Disruption,

CBRE, Is It For Me?

Ryan and Rachel discuss community solar, from concept to creation and what the pending Public Utilities Commission docket on Community

Pacific Islanders Lives Matter

Tune in for Perspective on Global Justice for a short overview of how COFA was created, where COFA citizens find

Hawaii From Inside The Beltway

Honolulu Civil Beat’s Kirstin Downey, a Washington Post investigative reporter for 20 years, returned to Washington DC this January to

Hawaii Native Bees

Ethan and Darin discuss the multiple species of native Hawaiian bees, and the vital ways that they interact with

The Cyber Underground – Python & The Equifax Hack! What Now?

Python & the Equifax Hack! What now? The Cyber Underground co-hosts Dave Stevens adn Geoff Milford, Pres. ISC2 Hawai’i,

What Should I Do If I Suspect Construction Defects

What do you do when you think you have construction issues? Francis Lynch, Esq. of Lynch Hopper Smith, LLP, appears

A Local Success Story

Ray Tsuchiyama joins Business in Hawaii with Reg Baker to share his family history and various careers as a local

Developments in Immigration

Immigration attorney John Eagen appears on Community Matters with Jay Fidell to discuss recent developments in U.S. immigration. ThinkTech

The Department of Health on Rat Lung Worm

Sarah Park, Epidemiologist at the Hawaii State Department of Health, joins Community Matters to discuss Rat Lung worm in Hawaii.