Business Leaders on the Move in Hawaii – 2/12/14
Johnathan C. Bolton has been named a partner with Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel LLP. His practice centers on business law, with a specialization in bankruptcy, insolvency and collections law. He is board-certified in business bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification and has a certificate of specialization from the Hawaii Supreme Court.
Brad Hennington has been promoted to assistant vice president, loan manager, of Honolulu HomeLoans. He now is responsible for managing the mortgage loan process, from origination to closing, creating and maintaining a portfolio of business opportunities and referral sources, managing and developing new loan officers and training loan officers in the new loan origination system.
Kimberly Koide Iwao has been hired as director of legal and regulatory affairs for ProService Hawaii. She will provide strategic legal advice to the company relating to its growth and expansion, and is responsible for building and strengthening ProService’s relationships with community and business leaders, and government officials. Iwao currently is secretary and director of Physician’s Exchange of Honolulu.
Cara Perlman has been hired as business-development coordinator for Kiewit Building Group Inc. In her new position, Perlman assists the business-development and marketing team in its efforts to identify potential projects and prepare comprehensive proposals that are best suited for clients’ goals. She most recently served as a senior traffic manager at Hagadone Printing in Honolulu.
John White has been appointed administrator for Shriners Hospitals for Children-Honolulu. He will work with the chief of staff to lead the hospital’s team of physicians and employees to ensure that it provides the highest quality of pediatric orthopaedic and neurodevelop-mental care to its patients and families from Hawaii and the Pacific.