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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Monday, December 24, 2001

Trade Winds

Advertiser Staff

Bank of Hawaii has announced the appointment of nine new executive vice presidents from senior vice president positions:

• Kathy Fujihara-Chong, business banking division.

• Robert Crowell, treasury

• Joseph Donalson II, Pacific Century Leasing

• Wayne Hamano, Hawai'i commercial banking division

• Peter Ho, corporate banking

• Tom Koide, Hawai'i branch division

• Ron Leach, West Pacific banking division

• Derek Norris, audit services division

• Mary Sellers, credit review

The bank also announced it hired Steve Champion as executive vice president and manager-capital markets. Champion was most recently chief investment officer at Aetna International.

The new executive vice presidents will join a newly formed operating committee of executive vice presidents and the bank's nine-member managing committee and will be charged with continued implementation of the bank's strategic plan.

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The Hawai'i Council of Shopping Centers has presented its Shopping Center of the Year Awards, the SCOTY Awards, to the following:

• Marketing /Promotion Campaign or Event: Ala Moana Center for its Fourth of July Spectacular; Keauhou Shopping Center for its ho'olaulea.

• Ambiance: Ala Moana Center for its center-wide renovation; Kings' Shops Waikoloa Beach Resort for overall appearance.

• The Achievement Award: The Estate of James Campbell for its consistent contribution over the years to the shopping center industry in Hawai'i and for the quality of its retail on O'ahu at Kapolei, 'Ewa and at Whaler's Village, Maui.

• New Development/Renovation Award: Victoria Ward, Ltd. for the new Ward Entertainment Center.

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The Society for Human Resource Management Hawai'i Chapter and the chapter's Educational Foundation's 2002 leadership team members are: president, Derek Ito, SPHR, director of human resources at Shriners Hospital for Children; vice president of the chapter and president of the Foundation, Arlene Odagiri, director of human resource for the Renaissance 'Ilikai Waikiki Hotel; secretary of both the Chapter and Foundation, Lisa Wong, human resource manager, Genesys Conferencing, Inc.; treasurer of the Chapter, Malcolm Inamine, director of human resources and training, Waikiki Trader Corporation; Foundation treasurer, Michael Wong, vice president of human resources at Hawai'i Medical Services Association.

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The Hawai'i Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers has elected Tony Lau, P.E. as its president for 2001-02. Also elected were president-elect, Horst Brandes, Ph.D., P.E.; vice president, Westley K.C. Chun, Ph.D., P.E.; secretary, Keith Niiya, P.E.; treasurer, Walter Billingsley, P.E.; younger member forum director, Willie Gacutan; and past president, Joanna Seto, P.E.

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The Kaua'i Marriott Resort & Beach Club has appointed three new managers to its team: David "Cory" Samuel, systems manager, responsible for all network and technology systems, as well as telecommunication decision-making and planning; Vicki Hargis, human resource manager of Marriott's Kaua'i Resort and Beach Club and Waiohai Beach Club; and Lisa Wolcott, housekeeping manager in charge of 106 department associates, ensuring the cleanliness of 356 guest rooms.

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Ralph Gallogly was promoted to registrar and veterans administration coordinator for the Satellite Programs office at Hawai'i Pacific University. He will oversee all registrar activities for the Satellite Programs, including certification process in the Veterans Administration program.

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The Board of Directors of the Pacific International Center for High Technology Research has appointed Dennis Teranishi, president of Hawaiian Host, Inc., as its chairman. He is also vice chairman of the Economic Development Alliance of Hawai'i.

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Heather Hubbard has been promoted to director of student life at Hawai'i Pacific University. She will oversee more than 75 student clubs and organizations registered at HPU and the development and planning of student functions.

The new associate director of student life at HPU is Kendra Thompson. Thomson was most recently senior education associate at Sea Life Park and also served as the coordinator of the Volunteer Docent Program.

Elizabeth Tiglao is the new assistant director of student life at HPU. She will assume responsibility for student life programs and oversee cheer, dance, band and spirit squads and their coaches.

Announcements of promotions and job changes can be sent to: Trade Winds, Business Section, The Honolulu Advertiser, P.O. Box 3110, Honolulu, HI 96802, or faxed to 525-6763. Photographs may be included but must be identified on the back.