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Going Places

A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU

FAYE MURANAKA joins Central Pacific Bank as vice president and advertising and promotions manager. Muranaka brings over 30 years of experience in advertising, public relations, media and strategic marketing. In her new position, she will be managing the strategic planning and execution of the bank’s advertising and promotions. Muranaka was previously media director at Heinrich and Bullard Marketing and held marketing and communications positions with KITV and Saint Louis School.

ABE LEE returns to Century 21 iProperties Hawaii as principal broker. Lee manages the fi rm’s current roster of 164 agents and their activities, drawing upon four decades of experience in the industry. He has been a licensed real estate agent since 1974 and a licensed broker since 1980. In addition to Century 21 iProperties Hawaii, Lee is the founder of Abe Lee Seminars, a real estate prelicensing and continuing education school.

JASON CHUNG joins the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii as vice president of military affairs. Chung is responsible for advocating on behalf of the Military Affairs Council to promote, preserve and protect military missions and installations in Hawaii and be the bridge that links the military to the local community, businesses and government. He recently retired after 36 years of service in the U.S. Army.

NATASHA PAREKH steps in as new chief medical officer for the Medicare Shared Savings Program Accountable Care Organization at Queen’s Health Systems, as well as executive director of Queen’s Akoakoa Physician Organization and medical director of the Primary Care Provider Enterprise. Parekh was most recently the senior adviser at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Centers for High-Value Health Care and Value-Based Pharmacy Initiatives within the UPMC Insurance Services Division.