Our staff has worked with a diverse group of clients and sponsors, from non-profit organizations and startups to more established companies interesting in measuring the impact of their programs to optimize their range. We have performed dozens of projects that include data collection, analysis, interpretation and assessment, and safe storage. Some of these clients and sponsors include but are not limited to:


The Hawaii Medical Service Association (HMSA) is the largest nonprofit health insurer in the state of Hawaii, serving more than 700,000 people. In partnership with HMSA and its foundation arm, the HMSA Foundation, we measure the impact of community programs around the state. 


Situated in Waiʻanae, Hawaii, MAʻO was established to recognize our land and youth as our most important assets and to catalyze educational and entrepreneurial opportunities around these assets to address the root causes of our own cultural, social, economic and environmental poverty. Our work has measured the impact that MAʻO has on the health of their interns and the community in Waiʻanae at large.


Kamehameha Schools' mission is to create educational opportunities in perpetuity to improve the capability and well-being of people of Hawaiian ancestry. In partnership with them, we are measuring the impact of community-based programs targetting Native Hawaiians in the state.

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The Hawaii Community Foundation helps people make a difference by inspiring the spirit of giving and by investing in people and solutions to benefit every Island community. Thanks to their support, we have develop a health assessment of our community using social network approaches.

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