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Going Places

A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU

DR. RICK BRUNO steps up as vice president of Patient Care from associate chief medical officer at The Queen’s Medical Center. He will be responsible for the Emergency Department, Trauma, Surgical Services, Orthopedics, Obstetrics, Pediatrics and Inpatient Rehab. Bruno went to Connecticut’s Yale School of Medicine and completed his residency in emergency medicine at Bellevue Hospital in New York. He currently serves as the district EMS medical director for Oahu.

JENNIFER CHUN advances to director of tourism research at Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA). She joined HTA in 2014, but has been analyzing tourism data for more than two decades. Chun will lead HTA’s tourism research division, whose research supports State marketing and product development efforts, planning and policy making. She earned her master’s degree in hospitality management from Cornell University in New York.

EDY NAKAMURA moves up to director of development and engagement in Human Resources at Hawaiian Telcom. Her new responsibilities include directing and managing the company’s development and training, performance review, and succession and engagement programs. Nakamura has been with the company for nearly four decades, most recently serving as senior manager of public communications.

CANNON BROOKE now is director of development research with University of Hawaii Foundation (UHF). His new role will require him to manage the research program for major and principal gift initiatives, as well as direct a program to support relationships with the university. Brooke most recently worked at Hawaii Pacific Health before returning to UHF. He received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Western Washington University.

LISA FOWLER is Hawaiian Humane Society’s newly appointed president and chief executive officer. Moving up from director of operations with the organization — in which she lead a staff of 50 workers and a shelter volunteer force of more than 600 — Fowler has accomplished a number of benefit campaigns for the organization, including raising $18 million to fund improvements to the Moiliili campus and the new West Oahu shelter.

JOHN HULIHEE has been appointed to vice president and senior deposit management officer with Central Pacific Bank. He will oversee the growth and management of high balance and commercial banking clients’ portfolios — among other duties. Hulihee holds more than 20 years of financial industry experience and most recently served as vice president and commercial banking manager at Bank of Hawaii.