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Brad Foster

Brad is the Board Vice Chair of Kamalani Academy, a K-8, Na Mea Hawaii, arts integration, leadership-focused, public charter school located in Wahiawa, Hawaii, since 2016.
He is passionate about his role in supporting Hawaii’s future and future leaders.


Brad runs his own company providing agile foundations and delivery of software and organizational agility. He brings the same passion for challenge and accomplishment to his business with many certifications engaging in agile and project management certifications. He has consulted with several large and small local Hawaii organizations including Hawaiian Airlines, HMSA, Queens Health Systems, Department of Education and Department of Transportation over for the past nine years in Hawaii.


Brad completed his bachelor’s degree in Computer Systems Engineering at Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT). After his undergraduate, while working at the Boeing company he attended graduate school in Seattle for Business and Information Systems. He is certified in numerous areas of Agile including Leadership, Product Ownership, Coaching and facilitating enterprise agility.


Brad is a native Oregonian and has lived in Hawaii for nine years.  He has recently discovered a passion for Japan where he has traveled numerous times hiking UNESCO World Heritage sites. He is also undertaking a Professional Sake certification which he has been asked to do sake tastings and food pairings around Oahu.
He stays active hiking, swimming, snorkeling, practicing yoga and diving and recently is being trained in Muay Thai boxing. He has competed in numerous triathlons, criterions, cycle cross, mountain bike and track races where he took the masters category second in state.

He has also traveled to over 24 countries professionally and personally enriched by culture. Notable travels have included Central America and Indonesia where he was able to spend time with the children’s community helping with community health and participating as an English speaker.

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