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Going Places

A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU


SAYEH RADPAY begins as general manager of retail pharmacies for Pharmacare Hawaii. In addition to her responsibilities as a pharmacist, she will spearhead business development and operations of all seven island retail pharmacies, as well as the company’s population health programs. She attended the University of Toronto where she earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Radpay holds nearly 25 years of pharmaceutical experience.


CHERIE DANG, of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties, joins the firm’s Kahala office as an independent agent. Dang brings more than a decade of real estate background to the firm. She specializes in residential resales and also possesses a senior real estate specialist designation. She now joins nearly 700 affiliated agents serving communities across Oahu. Before starting her career in real estate, Dang worked in sales at Xerox.


GEOFFREY MUKAE rejoins Carlsmith Ball LLP’s transactional section. Mukae is a corporate and business attorney of counsel in the firm’s Honolulu office. After he received his law degree from Columbia University School of Law in New York, Mukae went on to practice law in New York City, Silicon Valley, Tokyo and Hawaii over the past 20 years. He currently focuses on transactions including mergers and acquisitions, and joint ventures locally and in California.


ARIEL IMAI steps in as a loan officer for Primary Residential Mortgage Inc. She is now a part of a nationwide family totaling more than 2,500 employees. Imai’s role centers around residential and refinance loans in different market segments. Dedicated to being a knowledgeable professional for all her clients, Imai looks forward to providing exceptional service to customers.


CHARLEMAGNE ADAMS starts as manager of community outreach of FirstLight Home Care of Honolulu. The company focuses on adults who need assistance with a variety of needs such as personal hygiene and household duties. In this role, Adams will use her 10 years of experience to manage both existing and new strategic partnerships and introducing the FirstLight brand to Hawaii.


JASON BROOMALL advances to vice president and commercial credit team leader in the commercial credit group at Bank of Hawaii. Broomall will guide the process of underwriting and monitoring commercial loans. He started with the bank in 2012 and most recently occupied the assistant vice president role to his current position. Broomall attended Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Japan, and completed his undergraduate degree in finance and international business at University of Hawaii.