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Going Places

A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU

LESLEY ALBANESE now is president and chief operating officer of The Center for Education Reform. Her newest role requires her to take steps toward advancing education opportunities and innovation in America’s schools. Albanese previously oversaw all fundraising efforts as vice president of the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, and earned her master’s degree from John Hopkins University in Maryland.

BRADLEY TAGUPA┬ámoves up to branch manager of Central Pacific Bank’s Ward location. In addition to leading, coaching and inspiring the Ward team in its commitment to the community, Tagupa also will be accountable for achieving sales, service, growth, retention and profitability goals. He previously served at Bank of Hawaii as an in-store banking specialist and assistant branch manager.

LAN WANG is the new project architect with G70. She brings to the job more than 12 years of design and management experience in international hospitality projects. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Zhejian University and a master’s degree from Shenzhen University in China. She then attended the University of Hawaii at Manoa and earned her doctorate degree in architecture.

MICHAEL SHAFF┬ásteps in as vice president of hotel operations with Outrigger Enterprises Group for Waikiki and Guam. He will spearhead the repositioning of several of the company’s Waikiki properties to include the OHANA and Outrigger locations. Shaff has held key leadership roles over a span of 14 years with KSL Resorts, and most recently served as director of asset management for three of its properties in Southern California.

DIANE INOUYE is the newly appointed president of IC International insurance agency. She has been with the company since 2014 and holds more than three decades of insurance industry experience. Inouye’s background includes several executive positions, including vice president, brokerage officer and roles in underwriting and risk management. She received her bachelor’s degree from University of Hawaii at Manoa.

DAVID TUMILOWICZ now is vice president of public relations, communications and brand management with Kaiser Permanente (KP) Hawaii. He will oversee regional brand and business line advertising, social media and events, as well as system-wide communications. After joining KP in 2013, Tumilowicz performed in several senior positions. Before KP, he served as vice president for Pacific Basin Communications.