Hawaii's Future Leaders: Where Are They?
For $200 a head, a Hawaii Institute for Public Affairs shindig Monday evening at the Plaza Club bought attendees pasta and shrimp, live jazz and an open bar.
It also offered the opportunity to hear three respected and politically akamai players — lobbyist John Radcliffe, insurance executive Colbert Matsumoto and Hawaiian Electric's Robbie Alm — opine on leadership.
More precisely, to talk about where Hawaii's leaders of tomorrow are to be found today.
Here's what they said.