Business Leaders on the Move in Hawaii

Reid Chung has been appointed vice president, private banking officer at Central Pacific Bank. Chung has more than seven years of experience in the banking industry, in areas such as private, commercial and business banking. Chung now will be responsible for managing and growing a portfolio of high-valued clients in loan and deposit accounts. He also will assist team members in management and achievement goals.

Doug G. Murdock has been selected as Hawaii Tourism Authority’s vice president of administrative and fiscal affairs. Murdock will oversee HTA’s daily operations, including administrative and fiscal management functions related to HTA’s contracts and budget. Prior to joining HTA, he spe-cialized in government procurement and ethics law at Alston Hunt Floyd & Ing. Murdock served in the United States Air Force as a judge advocate for 25 years, retiring with the rank of colonel.
Michel Danon has joined Hawaii Medical Service Association as senior vice president and chief information officer. Previously, Danon was deputy executive director and chief information officer at Sound Transit in Seattle, the mass transit system that serves 52 cities in Washington. Prior to that, Danon was chief information officer at the science and technology firm Fluke Corporation, and he has served in leadership roles at the consulting company Capgemini, Ernst & Young and IBM.
Jeff Chawenson has been appointed chief financial officer of the nonprofit medical and social services agency Waikiki Health Center. Chawenson most recently was a consultant for Ho’ola Lahui Hawaii, a community health center on Kauai. Prior to that, he served as treasurer, board member and accountant for Friends of the Falls of Clyde.