Alana Folen
Wednesday - October 21, 2009
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Darrick J. M.Ching has been promoted to executive vice president and will head the Hawaii Branch Division at Bank of Hawaii. His responsibilities include overseeing the banks network of 73 branches statewide and administration of key division areas including sales, service, training, compliance, budget and branch facilities.

Todd A. Nohara has been promoted from senior vice president to executive vice president of business and personal banking for Bank of Hawaii. Nohara oversees the bank’s new Personal Banking Initiative and is responsible for the management of the business banking sales force statewide, including underwriting and approval of loans, deposits and other services for small businesses.

Sean K. Clark has rejoined the firm Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel LLP and will continue his practice in the areas of corporate law, securi-ties, mergers and acquisitions. Clark will assist clients in raising capital, acquiring and selling businesses, managing corporate governance issues and complying with state and federal securities laws. Prior to rejoining Goodsill, he served as associate general counsel for Hoku Scientific Inc. and as general counsel for Malulani Investments Ltd.

Amy Fukuda has been hired as assistant vice president of finance for Aloha United Way. In this position, she will be responsible for all accounting duties relating to Aloha United Way’s payables. Fukuda has more than 20 years of combined experience in financial accounting and taxation.

Derrick C. Elfalan has been named manager for the civil engineering section at Oceanit, a multi-disciplinary consulting engineering firm. Elfalan has 29 years of experience in civil engineering and oversees the dayto-day operations of the firm’s civil engineering section.

Haunani Maunu-Hendrix has been named vice president of sales for Pacific Islands Institute. Her duties include developing new markets, targeting affinity groups and expanding the existing group client base.

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