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A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU

JAN HARADA steps in as executive director at H.T. Hayashi Foundation. Harada has spent 13 years in the nonprofit sector, 12 of which have been as an executive director or CEO. In addition, she worked five years in the State Department of Health. She is a graduate of Punahou School, the University of Oregon, and the University of Oregon School of Law.

JERRY DOLAK joins Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort as director of safety and security. He brings a wealth of experience in security, having served in the armed forces in addition to various security appointments in the Hawaii hospitality industry. Dolak is responsible for directing and administering the implementation of all safety and security programs and initiatives to ensure the safety of guests and team members and the security of the hotel.

PAUL KAY steps in as executive vice president for development and planning at the Hawaii Development Region of Hunt Companies Inc. He has more than 33 years of experience across all aspects of master-planned community and infill development, both in the urban and suburban environments. Kay’s responsibilities include the development and asset management of over 530 acres at Kalaeloa, the former Barbers Point Naval Air Station.

ALISA MILLS joins the architecture team at G70 as a designer. She has seven years of experience in hospitality and luxury residential design, with a focus on transit-oriented development and mixed-use multi-family housing. Mills holds a Bachelor of Architecture with a minor in business management from the University of Southern California, and a Master of Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.