Business Leaders On The Move In Hawaii
Leigh Leilani Graham, who most recently served as director of USO Guam, has been promoted to area director, Hawaii and Guam. With her expanded responsibilities, Graham has relocated to Hawaii where she now will manage USO operations at Honolulu International Airport, Hickam Air Force Base Air Mobility Command Terminal, the Guam USO located in the Tumon Bay tourist district, and all programs throughout the islands and outreach in Micronesia.
Jane Bush has been named First Hawaiian Bank’s vice president and division manager of its Personal Trust Division. Bush manages both the Personal Trust and Trust Real Estate departments. She serves on the Pohai Nani advisory board, has served on the legislative committee for the Hawaii Association of Realtors and is past president of Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM).
Olena Kuzuma has been hired as a design coordinator for Graham Builders, Hawaii’s premier design and build company. Kuzuma will serve as a liaison between homeowners to keep projects on schedule and assist them with interior design and finish selections. Prior to joining Graham Builders in October 2011, Kuzuma served as an executive office intern at The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort. She also has served as a supervisor with the state of Illinois Central Management Services in Chicago.
Timothy P. Spurrier has been appointed Holy Nativity School’s new head of school. Holy Nativity is a private preschool though sixth grade school located in Aina Haina. Spurrier brings decades of education and business leadership experience as he previously served as head of school at Mead Hall in Aiken, S.C., and founded Waimea Country School on the Big Island.