My, Oh, Pomai!

  • 12 April 2019
  • Author: Frederika Bain
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My, Oh, Pomai!

Pomai Weigert of CTAHR’s GoFarm Hawai‘i has been selected by Pacific Business News as one of the “40 under 40” for 2019! The award recognizes young business professionals in Hawai‘i who demonstrate business excellence, contribute to the overall success of their organizations, stand out amongst colleagues and peers, and have strong community involvement. Congratulations to Pomai for supporting and promoting agriculture in Hawai‘i and representing GoFarm Hawai‘i so effectively!

Pomai is a consultant with the UH Agribusiness Incubator Program, bringing experience in marketing, community relations, agtourism, and social media to the position. She has served as a consultant to the Hawaii AgriTourism Association and as marketing and community relations director for her family’s farm, Ali‘i Kula Lavender Farm, for which she built a highly successful agritourism component. Now she turns her talents to promoting the flourishing statewide beginning farmer training program, to great effect!


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