A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU
NATHAN SAINT CLAREis the new principal architect at AHL (formerly known as Architects Hawaii Ltd.), where he will be involved in the design of several projects across sectors including civic, healthcare, education, hospitality, residential and retail. Saint Clare has more than 15 years of experience designing award-winning projects around the globe. He holds architecture degrees from Yale University (master’s) and Kansas State University (bachelor’s).
DR. JENNIFER WALSH has been named Hawaii Pacific University’s senior vice president and provost. Walsh will oversee the development, growth and quality of all academic and student affairs programs. Walsh holds a bachelor’s in political science from the University of California, Riverside, a master’s in politics and Ph.D. in political science from Claremont Graduate University.
KYLE BISCHOFF has been promoted to vice president at Bank of Hawaii. He continues his duties as a portfolio management officer in corporate banking, managing corporate banking client credit requests and risk management. Bischoff joined Bank of Hawaii as a senior credit analyst after earning his bachelor’s in business administration and finance from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
MICHELE MCCONNELL advances to manager of workforce planning at Diagnostic Laboratory Services Inc. McConnell is responsible for recruitment and outreach, in addition to designing, developing and implementing organization-wide programs that drive training, education and development of talent. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Gettysburg College, where she graduated with departmental honors.
MELISSA GIBO is director of organizational effectiveness for Catholic Charities Hawaii. She ensures that the standards for agency effectiveness, quality assurance, and risk management are being met. Gibo graduated from University of Hawaii at Hilo with a bachelor’s in psychology and sociology and a master’s in social work from University of Hawaii at Manoa.
KALEO MANUEL becomes the next deputy of the state Commission on Water Resources Management. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Hawaiian studies, a graduate degree in urban and regional planning, as well as a graduate certificate in historic preservation from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Over the past seven years, Manuel has focused on bringing planning and indigenous expertise to the fields of water advocacy and management in Hawaii. Through his work with water, he hopes to empower, inspire and reconnect the indigenous, island, Pacific, and world communities.