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Business Leaders On The Move In Hawaii - November 21, 2007 | Movers | Midweek.com
Alana Folen
Wednesday - November 21, 2007
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Roderick Peroff

Roderick Peroff has been promoted to business lending officer for First Hawaiian Bank, Western Center Dealer Division. He joined the bank three years ago as a management trainee.

Julie Nihei

Julie Nihei has been promoted to investment officer for First Hawaiian Bank. Nihei was previously an investment specialist for the bank and has more than seven years of financial management experience.

Relly Tungpalan

Relly Tungpalan has been appointed business services support officer for First Hawaiian Bank. Her responsibilities include credit card balancing, settlements and reporting.

Michael O'Malley

Michael O’Malley has been elected chair of the Kapiolani Health Foundation. He is also a principal in the Honolulu Office of Acuity LLP.

William Henderson

William Henderson has been appointed vice president of development for Aqua Hotels & Resorts. He most recently provided consulting services for the Ocean Network.

Tony Goulart

Tony Goulart has been named facilities manager for Hawaii Self Storage. He will analyze revenues and streamline expenses for all of the operating facilities while monitoring monthly and annual budget goals.

Jeffrie Jones

Jeffrie Jones has been re-elected as president of the board for the Hawaii Theatre Center Stars. She also is the newly appointed director of development for the John A. Burns School of Medicine, UH Foundation.

David Mulinix

David Mulinix has been named development manager for Bishop Museum. He has 25 years of experience in non-profit fund development.

Akoni Racoma

Akoni Racoma has been appointed Windward clubhouse director for the Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii. He will oversee day-to day operations, leadership programs and special events for the club. He previously served as ware-house/inventory for Central Pacific Distributions.

 

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