Business Leaders on the Move in Hawaii – 9/17/14
Felipe Zialcita has been promoted to vice president and international banking officer with Central Pacific Bank. He is responsible for helping the International Banking team manage, expand, grow and service commercial and private banking clients. He has been with CPB since 2012.
Dan Yasui has been promoted to vice president of permitting with A&B Properties, Inc., the real estate subsidiary of Alexander & Baldwin Inc. He is responsible for the preparation, processing and attainment of land-use approvals for A&B Properties’ development activities.
Julie Plant has been hired as regional sales manager with Honolulu Cookie Company. She will oversee all of Honolulu Cookie Company’s retail stores on Oahu to ensure smooth dayto-day operations, and train sales staff in order to achieve current and future company goals.
Gladys Quinto Marrone has been appointed CEO and chief lobbyist for Building Industry Association of Hawaii. She will communicate the advocacy positions of BIA-Hawaii on federal and state laws and regulations, as well as county ordinances and regulations impacting the supply of housing and construction costs. She also will be responsible for BIA-Hawaii membership and trade organization/signature consumer shows; Hawaii Building Industry Foundation (HBIF), a public charity providing scholarships, and Robert H. Armstrong Construction Training Center of the Pacific (CTC) for continuing industry education in BIA pre-apprentice construction training, designation and certification training.
Michael Yoshino (RA) has joined Prudential Locations as an experienced agent. He began his real estate career in 2005 and won the 2006 Aloha Aina Award for outstanding newcomer. He previously spent two years practicing law, and has served on the Lupus Hawaii board since 2006.