Know a remarkable, innovative, imaginative and creative educator or education leader who should be a guest on our podcast?

Direct message your suggestions to  the Producer and Host, Josh Reppun on the form below; @WSCBPodcast on Twitter; the Most Likely to Succeed in Hawaiʻi Facebook page; and/or @JoshReppun on LinkedIn. Please include your suggestion’s full name and a contact, if possible. 

Podcast Host, Josh Reppun works with 5th graders making podcasts at the Asia Pacific International School on the North Shore of O’ahu, in 2022.
This Season One trailer was made by students in the Hawk Media Program at Kealakehe Intermediate, near Kona.
Mathieu Williams and members of the Season One Post Production Team, which was students in the Hawk Media Program at Kealakehe Intermediate, near Kona on Hawaiʻi Island. Leading that team: Mei Kanada
5th grade students at Asia Pacific International School use podcasts to showcase their learning as they develop their AI skills and knowledge, in 2024.
Upon the occasion of the final gathering of the Hawaiʻi Innovative Leaders Network, this photo of four podcast guests: Buffy, Lisa, Denise and Allie.

About The Host And Editor

Former chef, hotel manager and history teacher, Josh Reppun is the founder of Plexus Education, LLC, dba Most Likely to Succeed in Hawai’i, a “movement” founded by extraordinary people dedicated to developing global public, private and charter school conversations around Ted Dintersmith’s film, Most Likely to Succeed and his book, What School Could Be. Josh is also the founder of Josh Reppun Productions. He is the host of the What School Could Be Podcast and the producer of two films: Ka Helena Aʻo: The Learning Walk and The Innovation Playlist, both about creative, imaginative and innovative educators and education leaders. Josh’s podcast, edited by the talented Evan Kurohara, with music by Michael Sloan, has now reached nearly 100,000 downloads in over 125 countries.

Evan Kurohara, also known as SØZEN SOUND, is a dedicated and self-taught audio engineer based in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. With a relentless passion for sound, Evan has spent the past four years honing his craft, specializing in recording, mixing, and mastering across diverse music genres and podcasts. Collaborating with local podcasts such as The What School Could Be Podcast, Keep It Aloha, Aloha From Hawaii, Puka Pockets, and Punahou’s Listen and Learn Podcast, Evan constantly refines his skills and expands his portfolio. Committed to delivering top-notch audio experiences with meticulous attention to detail and a collaborative approach, Evan’s creative vision shines through in every project he undertakes.