Earl Kawaʻa is a full-blooded Hawaiian from remote Hālawa Valley on the east side of Molokaʻi. As a boy, he witnessed his parents providing an important service to the small community: hoʻoponopono, a way to reconciliation and forgiveness. This would inform the course of his life and his career. With grounding in the Hawaiian culture, a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in social work, Uncle Earl bridges Hawaiian and Western ways to understand people and organizations. Find out how he resolves conflicts in modern-day Hawaiʻi.