Business Leaders on the Move in Hawaii – 8/13/14
Gabriel Kwiatkowski has been hired as a project engineer for Kapolei II Elementary by Kiewit Building Group Inc., which is projected to be complete in April 2015. He now will oversee the administrative and technical aspects of the Kapolei II Elementary project, which is being designed and built to LEED for Schools 2009 standards. He also will lead the quality management program and manage job-site personnel, safety measures, administration systems, budget, schedule development and maintenance.
Mark Linscott has been promoted to executive director of strategic planning and deployment with Kaiser Permanente Hawaii after serving several months in an interim role. He will continue to lead training and support of KP HealthConnect, Kaiser Permanente’s leading-edge electronic medical records system. He also will be responsible for developing and executing strategic plans to advance information technology, service delivery and process improvement in the Hawaii region.
Kelly Sakai has been hired as a senior loan officer with Honolulu HomeLoans. She will specialize in residential mortgage loan origination. With 15 years in the mortgage industry, Sakai has expertise and knowledge from her many years of experience as a wholesale account executive as well as a retail loan officer.
Erica Dzikowski has been hired as senior loan officer with Honolulu HomeLoans. She will specialize in residential mortgage loan origination. She brings 14 years in finance and 10 years in lending experience to HHL.
Leilani Arita-Takayama has been hired as academic dean and college counselor with La Pietra-Hawaii School for Girls. She will develop, refine and articulate academic programing, and also will work with students and families to administer all aspects of the college search and admissions process.