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Age-Friendly Honolulu

Striving to promote active aging, intergenerational connection, and social inclusion.

Age-Friendly Honolulu

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Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Program Manager: Kūpuna Initiatives
Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Program Manager: Kūpuna Initiatives
(808) 591-6508 ext. 19

[she/her] Joining HIPHI in 2020, Lindsey convenes the Kūpuna Food Security Coalition and other initiatives under the Kūpuna Collective, an age-friendly incubator that addresses critical issues for older adults and transforms the narrative from kūpuna as beneficiaries to powerful change agents in building resilient communities. She values working with partners to address drivers of health inequity, particularly among Kānaka ʻŌiwi. She is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Chapman University, and Kamehameha Schools. In her free time, Lindsey enjoys being outdoors, eating good food, and loving on her three year old dogo argentino.

Kūpuna Food Security Coalition

Ensuring that no kūpuna go hungry or without the resources to support aging in place.

Kūpuna Food Security Coalition

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Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Program Manager: Kūpuna Initiatives
Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Lindsey Ilagan, MS

Program Manager: Kūpuna Initiatives
(808) 591-6508 ext. 19

[she/her] Joining HIPHI in 2020, Lindsey convenes the Kūpuna Food Security Coalition and other initiatives under the Kūpuna Collective, an age-friendly incubator that addresses critical issues for older adults and transforms the narrative from kūpuna as beneficiaries to powerful change agents in building resilient communities. She values working with partners to address drivers of health inequity, particularly among Kānaka ʻŌiwi. She is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Chapman University, and Kamehameha Schools. In her free time, Lindsey enjoys being outdoors, eating good food, and loving on her three year old dogo argentino.

Oʻahu Farm to School Network

Founded in 2012 and coordinated through ʻIolani School, the Oʻahu Farm to School Network works to strengthen and connect farm to school programs on Oʻahu by building the network of service providers and producing professional development and policy advocacy opportunities for volunteers.

In Partnership with the Hawaiʻi Farm to School Hui

Oʻahu Farm to School Network

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