Chris Fleck
Wednesday - November 09, 2011
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Mona L. Nomi has been promoted by Bank of Hawaii to vice president of the Investment Management Services Operations Department. Nomi joined Bank of Hawaii in 2010 as a trading process manager. Prior to joining the bank, she was a senior trade operations specialist at Watershed Asset Management in San Francisco, Calif.

Colette Abe has recently joined RIM Design as an interior designer and project manager in the Honolulu office. Prior to joining RIM Design, Abe worked as a designer for Architects Hawaii Ltd. and Leo A. Daly. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Chaminade University. She is a professional member of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) and is a LEED Accredited Professional with the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).

Terry Tanaka has been appointed vice president and branch manager II of Central Pacific Bank’s Mililani Branch. Tanaka comes to Central Pacific Bank with 20 years of banking experience. His responsibilities include developing and executing sales and service strategies, providing and reinforcing exceptional customer service, and managing branch personnel. Prior to joining Central Pacific Bank, Tanaka was vice president and branch manager at Bank of Hawaii’s Wahiawa Branch.

Kenton Eldridge co-founder and partner of Aina Koa Pono and co-founder and managing director of Sennet Capital, has been elected chairman of the Board of Trustees for The Nature Conservancy of Hawai’i. A former U.S. Army intelligence officer who served in Europe and Vietnam, Eldridge has 40 years of business experience, including 25 years in retail management with Federated Department Stores and Duty Free Shoppers. He has served as a mentor and investor for several Hawai’i start-up companies, including Hoku Scientific.

Lance Wilhelm, senior vice president and Hawaii area manager of Kiewit Building Group Inc., has joined Enterprise Honolulu’s Board of Directors. Wilhelm, a veteran of Hawaii’s construction industry, has been with Kiewit for 22 years. He is responsible for the company’s strategic and business planning, construction operations, marketing and business development, contract negotiations, labor relations, personnel development, legal and contract administration, and corporate philanthropic program.Wilhelm is active with several community organizations. He recently chaired the March of Dimes’ 2011 March for Babies. and also serves as a board member for YMCA, Boy Scouts Aloha Council, University of Hawai’i Foundation and Island Pacific Academy.

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