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Going Places

A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU

JON TERAIZUMI advances to senior vice president and senior commercial banking manager for Central Pacific Bank (CPB). With 18 years of banking experience, he will be in charge of growing and managing the commercial banking division. Teraizumi first joined CPB in 2000 as a part-time teller, then moved up to vice president and Hawaii commercial banker manager before this promotion. He graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in finance from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and he also is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School.

JAY KANESHIRO joins Zippy’s Restaurants as vice president of operations. He brings 15 years of restaurant management experience, including serving as vice president of Desert Island Restaurants. Kane-shiro will be responsible for leading all 24 Zippy’s Restaurants locations in business operations, customer service, quality control, health and safety standards, financial management and leadership development, working to continue meeting customers’ high standards for service and food quality.

TEIK RAMSEY is the executive vice president and director of digital operations and customer care in the digital channels division for Bank of Hawaii. In this position, she will handle the bank’s call center, ATM and debit and digital payments departments, working to increase performance excellence and service levels throughout the bank. Ramsey has more than 30 years of management experience in contact centers and operations, with various leadership roles at different companies. She received a bachelor’s degree in political science with a concentration in comparative politics from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a master’s degree in psychology-leadership development and coaching from Walden University.

MARK VANDENBERG now is the chief operating officer for Waikiki Beach Activities Ltd. at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Hotel. Joining the management staff, he will be responsible for coordinating with Hilton departmental managers to deliver quality guest experiences. Vandenberg also will be in charge of all pool and beach facilitators, focusing on guest satisfaction, inventory management, staff training and sales.

JULIA FINK moves up from quality coordinator and project manager to director of quality and innovation for Hospice Hawaii. She will be examining the functions of various areas within the organization, as well as overseeing the quality and compliance programs, management of the electronic medical record system and neighbor island operations. Fink received her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Concordia University Chicago and a master’s degree in international development from the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies.

ALEXANDRA ROTH joins Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau as the eastern regional director of travel industry sales. The position will relocate her to New York, where she will represent the islands in the Midwest and East Coast markets by supporting sales and marketing through activities with travel agents, wholesalers and other key industry partners. She also will be in charge of promoting and delivering customized live and virtual destination training. Roth earned her bachelor’s degree from University of Hawaii at Manoa and a master’s degree from Argosy University.