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Hawaii Business Magazine

1000 Bishop St Suite 405

Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

United States

Company Description

Hawaii Business is an award-winning magazine that covers the major issues affecting the state's businesses, and provides useful information to owners and managers. Founded in 1955, Hawaii Business is the oldest regional business magazine in the United Sta ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Account Supervisor

IQ PR Inc

Publishing Projects

Island Heritage

Business Segment Reporter

KHON2

Writer

The Hawaii Herald

Student

University of Hawaii

Education

Kaimuki High School

University of Hawaii at Manoa

Bachelor of Arts

Journalism

University of Hawaii

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Enay:The first question is really the reason why we're here: How do we get more women in Hawaii to the C-suite - that is the CEO, CFO, COO positions for nonprofits, businesses and corporations - and what steps women should take to get there.
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Enay:You folks talk a lot about mentoring.
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Enay:A lot of women are carving out successful careers in industries that have been dominated by men, such as financial services or construction, science and technology.
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Enay:What about financial services?
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Enay:Would you folks agree that the glass ceiling does or does not exist?
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Enay:Do you think women have to work harder than men to get to the top seat?
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Enay: Any specific tips on how we can shatter the glass ceiling?
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Enay:What is the role of educators at the grade school or college level to help women advance in their careers and realize their potential?
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Enay:Dee Jay, you are in education.
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Enay:What about government?
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Enay:What about other programs like those that give advantages to women-led small companies?
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Enay:I'm curious to know what skills or characteristics you think have given you a competitive edge in your fields?
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Enay:Don't you find that in the workplace, if women get a compliment - your boss says, "You did a great job!
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Enay:We touched on this a little while ago, how there's a double standard when women are assertive and outspoken, they get called the B-word sometimes, dragon lady, but when a man possesses those same characteristics, he is no-nonsense or a take-charge kind of guy, straight shooter. (Laughter.) How do we get around that and what is the difference between being assertive and being aggressive?
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Enay:One way to develop more women leaders is to learn from other people's experiences, so what are some challenges that you faced in your career and how did you overcome them, whether they were related to gender or not?
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Enay:I've interviewed Connie before about a department in our magazine called Advice from the Top.
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Enay:Do you women think that you've gotten to your positions because of skill, because of support, because of your own tactics, because of luck, or is it a combination of everything?
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Enay:To what do you attribute your success?
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Enay:Does luck have a lot to do with it?
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Enay:What's the biggest risk you've ever taken?
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Enay:For young people trying to rise up the ranks, how do you know when it's time to take the next step?
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Enay:I interviewed someone who said that they were not qualified for every single promotion they've ever received, that they just sort of winged it and made it happen. (General agreement.)
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Enay:A lot of you are on community and corporate boards.
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Enay:How do you choose which boards to give your time to?
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Enay:Any specific boards that you would recommend for women?
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Enay:I'd like to close by going around the table and asking if you have any specific advice for women who are on a leadership track.
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Enay:Thank you all very much.
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Shara Enay
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Shara Enay

Account Supervisor Email: senay@iqprinc.com
Shara Enay is an Account Supervisor for IQ PR, Inc. where she is responsible for the management and execution of client programs and initiatives, with an emphasis on media relations and writing projects. She will also participate in the strategic planning of IQ PR's public relations and communications business.
Shara offers a wealth of experience in business and community affairs reporting. As a staff writer for Hawaii Business magazine, she profiled some of Hawaii's top executives, entrepreneurs and leaders in innovation. She hosted a weekly television spot on a morning news program where she introduced viewers to the issues and people making news in the local business community. She has also written for the Hawaii Herald, a newspaper for the Japanese American community. She has served as moderator at events that encourage greater understanding between the public and newsmakers, including a forum that brought together top female executives for a candid and insightful discussion about the road to a successful career in the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors.
In addition to her print and television journalism experience, Shara worked in product development for Island Heritage, Hawaii's largest product development firm. There, she was involved in the creative process of bringing hundreds of new products from concept to consumer. She also managed Island Heritage's publishing projects and worked closely with the company's Hong Kong staff. Prior to that, Shara worked at Hawaii Gourmet Cookies, where she supported administrative, operational, and sales and marketing functions. Her responsibilities included managing key accounts, such as Costco, Neiman Marcus, and ABC Stores.
Born and raised in Hawaii, Shara is a 2002 graduate of the Journalism Program at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She has researched and reported extensively on issues that enhance the civic and business life in her community for more than a decade. In the summer of 2012, she returned from a six-month humanitarian mission to Ethiopia, where she taught English to children at an orphanage and learned about the challenges and strengths of people living in a developing country.


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