Community Engagement

Pouhana Mixers

Pouhana Mixers

Pouhana Mixers are quarterly family-friendly networking events with educational prompts, designed to foster leadership and reliability within our community. Named after the pouhana, which symbolizes essential support and strength, these events aim to create a dynamic and interconnected network of women entrepreneurs.

The Meaning of Pouhana

The pouhana serves a dual role, both physical and metaphorical. Physically, it takes the form of a post positioned at the center of each end of a house, providing essential support for the kaupoku, the roof of the house. This structural support creates a secure and sheltered space for the community. In a broader sense, the pouhana symbolizes leadership and reliability.

Join our Next Event

Pouhana Mixer (Hālau 'Īnana, O'ahu)

Join us for the Pouhana Mixer on July 26, 2024, at Hālau 'Īnana starting at 5:30—a family-friendly event fostering leadership and networking among women entrepreneurs. Featuring guest speaker Keaʻa Davis and an activity on the Triple Piko Analysis, this event offers valuable tools to enhance your leadership and business strategies.

Past Events

Take a look at the wonderful moments we've shared at our previous events. From engaging discussions to fun family activities, our Pouhana Mixers have something for everyone