Business Leaders On The Move In Hawaii
Caleb Hanisee has been appointed manager of the new City Mill store in Ewa Beach. Hanisee joined City Mill in 2007 as an assistant store manager and was promoted in 2009 to store manager of the Waipahu location. Prior to that, he worked in California at the California Do-It-Center, an 11-store home center chain in Los Angeles.
Mike James is the new president of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties’ Hawaii division. James will be in charge of strategic and long-range planning for CBPP as well as overseeing the daily operations of its five residential real estate brokerage sales offices, which include a sales force of more than 400 agents.
Tony S. Clinton, M.D., has accepted an invitation to join the Kenner Dermatology Clinic (KDC) at Castle Medical Center. He specializes in general dermatology and skin cancer and is running the laser program. Clinton, a Navy Academy graduate, most recently was the head of dermatology at Naval Hospital Okinawa, and served for six years as the primary consulting dermatologist for all American facilities in southern Japan. He is a board-certified dermatologist and Fellow of the America Academy of Dermatology with more than 10 years of experience.
Ronald Williams has been reappointed chairman of Hawaii Tourism Authority’s board of directors. This will be Williams’ third consecutive one-year term as board chairman. With more than 30 years of visitor industry experience, Williams currently serves as president and CEO at Atlantis Adventures.