Business Leaders on the Move in Hawaii

Tricia K. Fujikawa Lee has been promoted by First Hawaiian Bank from vice president and corporate compliance officer to vice president and deputy corporate compliance office of Corporate Compliance Division.

Lee manages and administers the bank’s Compliance Management Program to ensure that the bank adheres to applicable laws and regulations.

Before joining First Hawaiian in 2008, she was an associate attorney with the law firm Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert.

Keawe Liu has been selected executive director of Ke Ali’i Pauahi Foundation.

Liu will be responsible for advancing the foundation’s mission to seek and develop new and diverse sources of income to support the ever-increasing educational needs and goals of people of Hawaiian ancestry.

Liu has 10 years of experience in philanthropy and fundraising for independent schools. He recently served as the assistant headmaster of external relations at Hawaii Preparatory Academy (HPA) in Kamuela, Hawaii.

Charles W. Laidley, Ph.D., is the new curator of live exhibits at Waikiki Aquarium.

Laidley is responsible for all facets of the live exhibit operations, including grant-writing, exhibit and research design, budgets and personnel management.

Laidley has worked and conducted research in environmental and aquatic sciences for more than 30 years.

Paul Payne has recently joined Aloha Data, a document-scanning and electronic records management company, as a sales executive.

Payne serves all of Hawaii, providing complete data transfer and storage of medical, legal, large and small business documents.