Mar 07, 2019 12:00 PM
Steve Sue and Myron Nakata
Project Lemon Tree: The Living, Outdoor Classroom

Project Lemon Tree is a living, outdoor classroom program built by students. Public and private schools on all Hawaiian islands as well as businesses and community locations are also invited to participate. The program anchors a curriculum system for grades K-12 in the subjects of agriculture, farm-to-table, culinary, ecology, water conservation, Ahupa’a eco-ag systems (native Hawaiian plants), trellis building (architecture, engineering and construction), crafts, innovation, and entrepreneurship. For mor info, visit

Steve Sue, Chairman

Steve is the creator of Bizgenics Foundation, its programs and Bizgenics® Innovation Framework. While he maintains interests in several for-profit enterprises, most of his time is donated to Bizgenics Foundation nonprofit programs. Before becoming an entrepreneur, Steve had a 25-year career as a creative expert and conceptualist in several industries. For more invo, visit

Myron Nakata, Secretary & Board Member

Myron is a co-founder of Lemonade Alley and owner of, an online store of Hawaii products. He is also a shareholder of Myron has decades of experience in a variety of businesses as an owner, investor and operator. He currently helps out with multiple non-profits including being the Chair for the Aloha Chapter of the National Eagle Scout Association, as well as a board member for the Boy Scouts, Hawaii Council for Economic Education and the Family Business Center of Hawaii.