Business Leaders on the Move in Hawaii – 9/10/14
Michael Regan has been appointed executive vice president and chief financial officer with Outrigger Enterprises Group. He most recently served as hold separate manager on behalf of the Federal Trade Commission, operating Lumiere Place Casino and Hotel in St. Louis. He also was on the Rite Aid Corporation board of directors and its audit committee since 2007, and its lead director since 2011.
Micheal Crews has joined Graham Builders as project manager. He is responsible for overseeing projects once they are in the construction phase, working and coordinating with subcontractors, and creating and managing schedules and material deliveries. He has more than 35 years of experience in the homebuilding industry and most recently served as superintendent at ChrisContract Inc.
Silas Haglund has been hired as graphics and document specialist with Group 70 International. He will provide marketing support for the firm, where he designs, improves and streamlines ads, architectural renderings, site plans, concepts, environmental assessments, environmental impact statements and other official documents for G70 and its clients. He also is responsible for updating and maintaining the company’s website.
Alana Peacott-Ricardos has joined Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel as an associate. She concentrates her practice in civil litigation, with emphasis on medical liability and health law. She most recently was a policy research associate at The Sex Abuse Treatment Center in Honolulu.
Jennifer Schultz has been named operations trainer with Atlantis Adventures. She is responsible for developing and administering training programs for front-line Atlantis employees in all departments. She most recently served as a program specialist for A-Team Solutions in Hawaii, which included working with National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve members to improve their job-preparedness skills.