A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU
TIARRE SALIMA DOMEN is Central Pacific Bank’s (CPB) new assistant vice president and branch manager at its Pearl City Don Quijote location. She will be responsible for the success of the branch and its team in meeting and exceeding the financial needs of the community. Domen brings 13 years of financial industry experience and previously was a branch manager at American Savings Bank. She plays an active role in the community, concurrently serving on the Board of Directors as vice president for the Waianae Boys and Girls Club.
DAWN MATSUYAMA DUNBAR is the newly appointed senior vice president of philanthropy for Hawaii Pacific Health (HPH). She will now be responsible for the leadership and guidance of the department’s efforts in support of Kapiolani, Pali Momi, Straub and Wilcox medical centers. Prior to joining HPH, Dunbar served as co-founder, president and CEO of After-School All-Stars Hawaii, an afterschool program for middle school students in disadvantaged communities. She attended Pepperdine University where she earned a master’s degree in business administration.
STEVEN TAM steps in as director of development for The Alzheimer’s Association. In addition to coordinating fundraising programs that support Hawaii family caregivers and research to find a cause and cure for Alzheimer’s Disease, he also will lead signature events such as The Walk to End Alzheimer’s and The Longest Day. Prior to joining the association, Tam held senior positions at BrightStar Care of Honolulu, AARP Hawaii and Prudential Locations.
VIOLET CARLSBERG moves up at Castle Resorts & Hotels to director of business development. In her new role, she will spearhead the development and implementation of growth strategies toward the company’s condominium inventory. Prior to joining Castle in 2016 as development manager, Carlsberg most recently was the head of marketing at Oahu Country Club. She graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa where she studied economics and sociology.
ERIN GUTIERREZ joins Bank of Hawaii as vice president and compliance officer for the company’s Trust Services Group. She will be specializing in fiduciary and investment compliance, and risk management. Gutierrez most recently held the same position at First Hawaiian Bank and has previous experience serving as a law clerk for Chief Judge Craig Nakamura of the Intermediate Court of Appeals of Hawaii, and an associate attorney with Cades Schutte LLP. Gutierrez earned her law degree from the University of Hawaii William Richardson School of Law.
CHAD YANO of Hawaii Dental Service (HDS) advances to director of information systems after serving 10 years as the company’s manager of systems development. Yano now will be responsible in spearheading all aspects of the development of business applications, keeping HDS at the forefront of technology. He joined the company in 1999 as a project analyst and studied computer engineering at the University of Southern California at Los Angeles where he earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees.