Business Leaders On The Move In Hawaii – 12/18/13
Suzy Rehfeldt has been named Hawaii regional training lead with McDonald’s Restaurants of Hawaii. She now will be responsible for crew and manager training, in addition to identifying opportunities for employee advancement. Rehfeldt returns to Hawaii from McDonald’s storied Hamburger University in Oakbrook, Ill., where she had been a professor involved in the development of McDonald’s managers and as coach/mentor for new training consultants.
Jamie Lum has been appointed project architect with WCIT Architecture. She is a LEED accredited professional and licensed architect in the state of Hawaii. Lum previously was employed by SmithGroupJJR in Los Angeles and worked on projects that include the Roy O. Disney Corporate Legal Building, Cedars Sinai Consolidated Transplant Center and more.
Jason Aldridge has been promoted to vice president of corporate information systems at Title Guaranty. Aldridge, a graduate of Murray State University in computer science and a 15-year IT industry veteran, most recently served as CEO of Mystech LLC, and brings his knowledge of network, database and business solutions to the Hawaii-based real estate services company.
Everett Inamasu has been promoted to information technology manager with Hawaii Government Employees Association. He previously worked as a senior software engineer at PRTech, and a database administrator and software engineer at Innovative Network Solutions Inc. Inamasu has a Bachelor of Science in information and computer science from the University of Hawaii-Manoa.
Manuel Cortes has been hired as senior manager of pricing and revenue management with Island Air. In his new role, Cortes will manage fare and identify opportunities to improve revenue. He has prior pricing and revenue experience at Continental Airlines and the former Aloha Airlines.