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The Honolulu Advertiser

Posted at 11:13 a.m., Thursday, May 11, 2006

Business briefs: HCDA board gets new members

Advertiser Staff

Immigration attorney Amanda Chang-Kwak and residential real estate executive C. Scott Bradley will join the Hawai'i Community Development Authority board on July 1.

The two new directors of the state agency overseeing development in Kaka'ako have 4-year terms, and will replace James Kometani and Gary Kondo whose 4-year terms expire June 30.

Chang-Kwak, a former teacher and real estate broker, was appointed by Gov. Linda Lingle and confirmed by the state Senate. Bradley, co-managing director of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties, was selected by Lingle from four candidates presented by the City Council, and also confirmed by the Senate.

Diebold names business manager for Hawai'i

Diebold Inc. has promoted Sandra Edwards to the newly created position of general business manager for the Hawaii region.

Edwards will be responsible for sales, professional services and all support activities, including service and installation of Diebold equipment in the region.

Edwards has helped key customers achieve strategic goals by increasing profit margins and reducing costs. She joined Diebold in 1997 as a service sales specialist in Memphis, Tenn. She served as a regional sales manager in the Denver, Colo. area for four years.

Diebold is a global leader in providing integrated self-service delivery and security systems and services, including automatic teller machines.