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Blayne Higa has been appointed director of development and community relations for Pacific Buddhist Academy, a college preparatory high school with a mission to nurture peace and develop compassionate leaders for our community. Higa previously worked more than 13 years for state Rep. Sylvia Luke in the Legislature. He has a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Kathleen Lee has been appointed Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki and Golf Club’s hotel assistant manager. Lee began her hotel career in 2000 and has held positions in marketing, housekeeping, front office and guest services. She most recently has served as catering sales and event manager at Courtyard Emeryville in California. Lee graduated from San Jose State University with a degree in political science.
Keiki-Pua Dancil, Ph.D. has been hired as vice president of Bio-Logical Capital’s Hawaii operations. BioLogical Capital is a land investment, development and conservation company located in downtown Honolulu. Dancil most recently was the president and CEO of Hawaii Science and Technology Institute and Hawaii Science and Technology Council, where she was involved in developing strategic partnerships between state and federal agencies, private and public schools, and the business community on issues including work-force development and economic revitalization in science and technology. Previously, Dancil was executive vice president of a diversified medical technology company involved in the manufacturing of raw materials for various pharmaceutical applications.
Jackie Bischoff has been promoted by Keiki Sitters from assistant to supervising sitter. Bischoff is responsible for ensuring the children’s safety while maintaining a steady schedule of fun activities for the children during group childcare events. Bischoff has cared for nearly 1,000 children for Keiki Sitters.
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