A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU
KAWIKA MCKEAGUE advances to principal at G70. He is spearheading a new cultural planning and resource management division at G70, which will take on projects with a purposeful focus including, coastal resources and freshwater resource management, climate change and disaster preparedness, food security and agricultural innovation, affordable housing and homelessness. In addition to his responsibilities as principal, McKeague serves as director of cultural planning.
MICHAEL STORY joins Hawaii Health at Work Alliance (HH@WA) as a workplace wellness consultant. In this role, he introduces HH@WA solutions to organizations throughout Hawaii and works with existing HH@WA members to develop customized, sustainable plans that will help employees improve their wellness through healthier diet, fitness and work-life balance. Previously, Story owned and operated GS Events, an event-consulting and management company.
JAMES OLIVA steps in as regional threat management officer at Kaiser Permanente’s Moanalua Medical Center. He is responsible for administering a region-wide threat management program encompassing, healthcare facilities, service areas and health plan. Oliva works with a variety of departments to manage potential threats and ensure the safety and security of employees, members and their families. He previously served in the U.S. Marine Corps and the Los Angeles Police Department.
JEREMY PEARL joins the Merchant Services department at Bank of Hawaii as vice president and merchant services sales manager in. He is responsible for managing the sales team and growing sales revenues while improving systems and tools and collaborating on marketing strategies and campaigns. Pearl has more than 25 years of experience in sales, having served a variety of businesses throughout his career in Hawaii and California.