PROGRAM 8:30 Registration and continental breakfast 9:00-9:15 Welcome and Group Activity Cindy Clivio 9:15-10:00 Session 1 “You don’t need a title to be a Leader” Alt Kagesa 10:00-10:15 Break 10:15-11:00 “Improving skills through Mentoring” Ross Oshiro 11:00-11:45 Keynote Session “From the Mat to the Meeting Room, Lessons on Leadership and Collaboration” Al Chee 11:45-12:00 Closing Activity Cindy Clivio 12:00 Lunch
Participants may receive up 2.25 CEU’s for this program.
Speakers Alt Kagesa Alt is the Director of Organizational Development for Ohana Pacific Management Company and former Performance and Development Partner for the Kamehameha Schools. He is the founder of Pacific Training and Facilitation. His areas of expertise are Leadership Development, Program Management, Team Building, Change Management, Organizational and Staff Development.
Ross Oshiro Ross is currently the Program Coordinator for the Queens Center for Sports Medicine. He has more than two decades of experience as a high school athletic trainerRoss has also worked with the University of Hawaii Kinesiology & Leisure Science Department to establish the Hawaii Concussion Awareness & Management Program (HCAMP), which has provided concussion education and research for high school student athletes. Before joining Queen’s, he served as coordinator for the Athletic Health Care Trainers Program for the Hawaii Department of Education.
Al Chee Al is the Hawaii Manager of Policy, Government & Public Affairsfor Chevron Hawaii. He is the current Head Wrestling Coach at St. Louis School and former Head Coach of Kamehameha Schools where he won back to back state championships. He is the past Chairman of the Board of ʻAhahui Ānuenue which is the leading developer of programs and people to raise money in support of the University of Hawaii student athletes
Cindy Clivio Cindy Clivio is the Supervisory Athletic Trainer for the Kamehameha Schools Kapalama Campus in Honolulu, HI. She oversees Athletic Training for one of the largest athletic programs in the country servicing over 2000 student athletes ranging from 7th -12th grade on 117 teams in 35 sports. Cindy has been highly involved in professional service at the state, district and national levels of athletic training. She has been an active proponent of the regulation of athletic trainers and student athlete safety legislation in Hawaii.