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Ms. Irene Bowie

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Among them were Irene Bowie, ..., 10 Oct 2015 [cached]
Among them were Irene Bowie, of the planning group Maui Tomorrow, Robin Knox, a water quality expert, and Jeffrey Schwartz, an attorney.
The Maui Tomorrow Foundation has ..., 16 Sept 2015 [cached]
The Maui Tomorrow Foundation has chosen Albert Perez to take over the environmental non-profit organization from Irene Bowie, who announced her retirement a couple months ago.
"I look forward to returning to Maui Tomorrow to build upon the impressive accomplishments of Irene Bowie and our Board of Directors," Perez said in a May 28 news [...]
Filed Under: Science and EnvironmentTagged With: Albert Perez, good energy hawaii, Irene Bowie, Judith Michaels, Life of the Land, Maui Tomorrow, renewable energy, Sierra Club Hawaii, Wilderness Society
What awaits Maui Tomorrow when executive director Irene Bowie leaves next month?
In a way it's fitting that Irene Bowie has decided to step down as executive director of Maui Tomorrow and return to the West Coast. When she took on the job as the Maui County's most preeminent slow growth activist, the biggest issue facing the state was the proposed Hawaii Superferry. Maui Tomorrow under Bowie's [...]
Filed Under: Science and EnvironmentTagged With: Anaergia, county of maui, Hawaii Superferry, Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar, Hawaiian Electric, Irene Bowie, Maui Tomorrow, NextEra, undersea power cable
Filed Under: BusinessTagged With: Alan Arakawa, Don Couch, Don Guzman, Glenn Tremble, Irene Bowie, Jim Riley, Makila Land Company, Maui Tomorrow, Mike White, pali to puamana, Peter Martin, Riki Hokama, Ted Yamamura
Filed Under: NewsTagged With: EarthJustice, EPA, Haleakala National Park, Irene Bowie, Maui Tomorrow, Sierra Club
MauiTime Best of Maui BEST POLITICAL ACTIVIST: Irene Bowie #BOM2012
Irene Bowie is definitely that person. Since 2007, Bowie has been the president (and the lone full-time employee) of the non-profit slow-growth group Maui Tomorrow. A resident of Maui since 1978, Bowie helped [...]
Filed Under: Best Maui Politics Community and Environment, Best of MauiTagged With: Hawaii Superferry, Irene Bowie, Linda Lingle, Maui Tomorrow, oil
Maui Tomorrow Board of Directors, 28 Dec 2010 [cached]
Irene Bowie, Director of Maui Tomorrow
Irene Bowie, Executive Director
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - Irene Bowie Originally from Los Angeles, California, now a 30-year resident of Maui. Irene served as Vice President of the Maui chapter of the American Cetacean Society in the late 1970's and was a founding member, in 1980, of Pacific Whale Foundation. She has been involved with a number of environmental organizations and issues in Hawai'i over the years.
History of Maui Tomorrow efforts and accomplishments
You are invited to join us as a general supporter and/or volunteer. Please contact Exec. Director Irene Bowie at 808.244.7570
Kahului Rotary - Newsletter - Archive (Apr 30, 2007), 30 April 2007 [cached]
Speaking at Kahului Rotary's meeting on April 30, 2007 will be Irene Bowie, who was recently-hired to be the executive director of Maui Tomorrow Foundation.  Established more than 18 years ago, Maui Tomorrow is a non-profit organization dedicated to the responsible planning and sound management of Maui's natural and cultural resources.
Ms. Bowie is a 30 year resident of Maui.  She was vice-president of the Maui chapter of the American Cetacean Society in the late 1970s and was a founder of Pacific Whale Foundation in 1980. Irene has background in marketing and public relations, operated a boutique advertising agency, Beyond the Reef Marketing, from 1990 to 2000, working with a number of environmental organizations. She served as managing director of Pacific Whale Foundation from 2002 to 2005 and was the director of development for Imua Family Services prior to joining Maui Tomorrow. Irene is married to Maui News' "Shave Ice" columnist, Tom Stevens, and has served on the board of directors of the Maui Dharma Center since 2002.
Hawaii Superferry: It's Not About The Environment [cached]
The case's plaintiff, Irene Bowie, Director of Maui Tomorrow, is a founder of the Pacific Whale Foundation a company that has hit endangered humpback whales.
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