Mark McGuffie is Founder of Ulumau, a consultancy firm that bridges public and private sectors, to cultivate collaborative partnerships that address emerging challenges for sustainable growth. He possesses expertise, qualifications, global perspectives, and an international network of contacts with the capacity to effectively contribute to the health and well-being of humanity.
Mark was instrumental in the formation of the newly approved IUCN Climate Crisis Commission, adopted in Marseille on September 10, 2021 at the IUCN World Conservation Congress. He will assist this new commission by providing funding strategies to develop synergistic parterships that deliver scalable solutions worldwide.
As Senior Advisor of Resorttrust Hawaii, Mark created an extraordinary partnership with Kamehameha Schools, the largest private landowner within the United States focused on K-12 education. A first of its kind, he is assisting defining a new five year MOU, with an emphasis on expanding the reach for educational programming, conservation management, preservation of Hawaiian culture and strenghtening the use of locally produced products.