Business Leaders On The Move In Hawaii

Dee Jay Mailer is now on Bishop Museum’s board of directors, and will guide the muse-um’s mission by developing standards and best practices to ensure that it remains a vital part of the cultural and educational landscape. Mailer also is president and CEO of Kamehameha Schools, and previously served as COO of the United Nations-supported Global Funds to Fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
Dan Ihara, along with wife Julie, has joined Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties at its Kahala office. Prior to his appointment to CBP, he was nationally recognized with the prestigious Chairman’s Circle Award, which is the highest category of achievement for the Prudential national system. Previously, Ihara served as a Realtor associate at Prudential Advantage Realty.
Julie Ihara has moved to Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties as a real estate agent at the company’s Kahala office. She previously worked as a Realtor associate at Prudential Advantage Realty and earned the Chairman’s Circle Award at the diamond level, the highest award given to an agent in the Prudential system. She and husband Dan have been ranked within the top 1 percent of real estate agents on Oahu from 2006 to 2011.
Eric Chu (RA) has joined Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties as part of its nationally renowned training program, NATO (New Agent Training Office), which provides a six-week training program in which agents receive hands-on real estate experience inside and outside the office. Previously, Chu was a bartender at Element Management Group.
Elana Kopelevich has been appointed RevoluSun’s new marketing manager. She will develop and maintain elements of the company’s brand identity. She also will support lead generation marketing and the project development team for both Hawaii and Massachusetts offices. Kopelevich brings to the position more than seven years of marketing experience and previously served as communications and intranet analyst at HawkTree International.