Business Leaders On The Move In Hawaii
Ron Anderson-Lehman has been hired by Hawaiian Airlines as senior vice president and chief information officer. Anderson-Lehman will oversee all of Hawaiian’s information technology activities including the design and implementation of the company’s technology solutions, and the running of the business information technology infrastructure. Anderson-Lehman brings more than 25 years of information technology experience to Hawaiian, most recently as senior vice president and chief information officer of Continental Airlines, a position he held from 2006 until the airlines’ merger with United Airlines in 2010.
G. Scott McCormack has been named vice president of development for Turtle Bay Resort. McCormack will oversee project management and the long-term development strategy of Turtle Bay. McCormack brings nearly 30 years of experience to the job, including various senior management positions in real estate development and commercial real estate. He recently served as resort/development manager for Princeville at Hanalei, where he provided leadership of the management team for 8,300 acres on behalf of The Resort Group and Morgan Stanley, including pre-development planning and oversight of resort operations, including The Prince Golf Course.
John Connelley has been hired by Prudential Locations real estate company as a principal broker. Connelley began his real estate career in 1989 and has been a licensee with Coldwell Banker since 1999, serving in various capacities including sales, management and training. He also is president and primary instructor for the Hawaii Institute of Real Estate. Connelley is an active member of the Hawaii real estate community, having held leadership roles on the Honolulu Board of Realtors and the Hawaii Aloha chapter of Residential Specialists. He also served for five years on the National Association of Realtors board, and on the Professional Standards and Ethics Committee for Prudential Locations.