Why did we build this website? Why are we developing the Network Map? Why did we gather over 60 professional development providers from around the State of Hawaiʻi to the Hanahau’oli Center for Professional Development for two days of programs? What is the meaning of all this? Back in January of 2018 a bunch of us crazy folks who care deeply about the future of education in Hawaiʻi gathered at the co-working space, BoxJelly to talk about public, private and charter professional development in our state. I hope I can speak for everyone in that conference room that night in saying we agreed that Hawaiʻi is largely beyond Why change? and well into How do we change? and What do we change? We agreed there was evidence that most professional development providers in our state don't know each other at all, or very well at all. We agreed that capacity building comes from shared responsibilities; we agreed that getting "all" (best as possible) of our providers, small, medium and large into the same room would be hugely productive and would lead to that shared sense of responsibility, maybe even a shared vision or, as we called it, Our New Bliss. Out of this idea came "Many Wa'a, One Voyage." In the late Fall of 2018, @MLTSinHawaii and its partner, Hanahau’oli School, invited a group of epic educator superheroes to help "stand up" what turned into a two-day, April 2019 event. Working really hard over months and months, we developed our program, executed our invites, arranged the logistics, and pestered RSVPs to submit information about their groups, offices and organizations, which we used to populate our Kumu map. Throughout, we were driven by a strong sense that we were doing "the right thing" for our Hawaiʻi. In the end, our belief that capacity would be built, on April 2nd and 3rd, 2019, was made manifest, but only time and much more work will prove the point.