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Architects Hawaii Ltd. names Marshall to lead healthcare team

Architects Hawaii Ltd.  names Marshall to lead healthcare team

Architects Hawaii Ltd. (AHL) announced today that Gary W. Marshall, AIA, has rejoined the firm and has been named director of the healthcare architecture team.

Mr. Marshall has significant experience in healthcare architecture and has worked on many large, complex projects—in Hawaii, on the mainland, and in Europe. During his previous tenure with Architects Hawaii from 1979-1985, his projects included the Kaiser Honolulu Clinic, the Queen Emma Tower at The Queens Medical Center, and the Kaiser Moanalua Medical Center.

Other notable projects include the Stanford Outpatient Center, the Kaiser Santa Clara Medical Center, the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, the Dixie Regional Medical Center in Utah, the John Muir Walnut Creek Outpatient Center, and the Lahey Clinic Medical Center in Boston. In Europe, his projects included the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital in Norfolk, England; and the Southwest Acute Hospital in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland.

Lani Starkey promoted to Associate VP, University of Hawaiʻi Foundation

Lani Starkey promoted to Associate VP, University of Hawaiʻi Foundation

The University of Hawai‘i Foundation is happy to announce that Lani Starkey, JD, LLM, CPA, has been promoted to associate vice president, principal gifts, estate and gift planning. In this new role, Lani will have offices and a regular presence on the islands of Maui and Oahu, and will continue to serve Hawai‘i’s philanthropic community as well as oversee the long-term goals and strategy of the Foundation’s Estate and Gift Planning Office. He will also be a lead strategist for the Foundation, and help guide fundraisers on the principal gift program. Prior to this promotion, Lani served as the director of estate and gift planning for seven years.

Prudential Locations Welcomes New Experienced Agents

Prudential Locations, Hawaii’s largest locally owned and operated real estate company, announced today the hiring of four new experienced hires. Prudential Locations is pleased to welcome the following agents:

Ed Chong (RA): Prudential Locations welcomes experienced real estate agent Ed Chong who joins the firm from iProperties Hawaii. Chong began his real estate career at a young age, gaining years of valuable experience, insight and industry knowledge.

Akiko Morishita (RA): Akiko Morishita joins Prudential Locations as an experienced agent from Captain Cook Real Estate. Prior to starting her career in real estate, Morishita was the owner of Orange Cleaners, a dry-cleaning service, where she gained experience in management and customer service. Born and raised in Japan, Morishita is fluent in Japanese.

Local community groups can make their voices heard through Awareness Powered by Volta

Local community groups can make their voices heard through Awareness Powered by Volta

HONOLULUwww.VoltaCharging.com – Volta Industries (Volta) today announced the return of its corporate giving program, Awareness Powered by Volta, a community service outreach program specifically designed to help non-profit and community groups with building awareness by providing them free advertising space worth thousands of dollars on Volta’s electric vehicle (EV) charging station kiosks.

“We had a great response to the contest last year, and were able to provide both HUGS and Blue Planet with free ad space,” said Arden Penton, Director of Media and Operations.  “In fact, we ended up extending their free space from three months to eight months, for a total value of $25,000 in free ads. We want to help more community-based groups again this year, so we decided to run the contest again.”

The Howard Hughes Corporation® Establishes The Ward Village Foundation

The Howard Hughes Corporation® Establishes The Ward Village Foundation

 

The Howard Hughes Corporation® (NYSE: HHC), developers of Ward Village, Honolulu’s urban master-planned community, today launched the Ward Village Foundation with an initial commitment of $1 million. The foundation has been established to support local non-profits and programs that align with the company’s vision and the foundation’s core initiatives of culture, community and environment.

 

The Ward Village Foundation will serve as a permanent non-profit corporation connected to the company’s efforts to build a bright and vibrant future in Honolulu. The foundation will initially distribute $1 million to worthy non-profits and projects over the next two years. 

 

Anthology Marketing Group Announces Two Appointments

HONOLULU: Anthology Marketing Group today announced appointments to two newly created senior-level positions, naming Jackie Jaques-Smythe as Vice President of Account Management, and John Itamura as Vice President of Field Services.

Jackie Jaques-Smythe – Vice President of Account Management

Jaques-Smythe is serving clients in Anthology’s advertising division, directing marketing programs that utilize a combination of print, broadcast, online, and branding strategies in their communications outreach. She has extensive experience serving clients in diverse industries, including telecommunications, technology, health care, travel, and food service.