Business Leaders on the Move in Hawaii – 4/29/15
Anthony Trinh has been hired as assistant service manager with Servco Toyota Honolulu at its dealership in Mapunapuna, servicing Toyota and Scion vehicles. He will assist in managing day-to-day operations of the service department, while delivering an outstanding service experience to all the location’s service customers.
Ka‘eo Duarte has been promoted to vice president of community engagement and resources with Kamehameha Schools. It is a new executive position that demonstrates Kamehameha’s commitment to a community-based approach, which includes responding collaboratively to the specific needs of communities. He will oversee management of KS resources in nine regions statewide, plus agriculture and conservation land programs, community resource centers and sustainability initiatives.
Cindy Lam has been promoted to financial risk assessment manager and vice president of Bank of Hawaii’s accounting department. She will oversee and administer the bank’s accounting operations and end-of-month reconciliation process. She also will manage the new automating general ledger account reconciliation system.
Ken Niimura has been appointed vice president and international private banking manager with Bank of Hawaii. He will manage the international client banking group, which provides financial services to private and personal banking clients. He previously worked at Central Pacific Bank as vice president and assistant manager in its International Banking department.
Gabriela Noriega has joined Business Solution Technologies as a project manager. She will provide her expertise to BST’s clients in project and program management for large-scale IT projects. She recently relocated to Hawaii, and has more than eight years of experience working in the technology product development field.