A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU
KYLE ABATAY takes over as Damien Memorial School’s (DMS) new principal. He’s spent the last 17 years with Kamehameha Schools as an educator, while the latter end of his service included five years as Kapalama Middle School’s vice principal. A 1984 DMS graduate, Abatay spent four decades dancing professionally with the Cazimeros and the Royal Dance Co., and continues to perform hula and teach as a kumu hula.
JONI CHUN is Susannah Wesley Community Center’s (SWCC) new executive director. With more than two decades of leadership experience in social services, Chun has worked in the support of youth, immigrants, homeless and the elderly. Prior to SWCC she served as assistant vice president of Programs and Acting Youth Enrichment Services, as well as division administrator at Catholic Charities Hawaii.
ALTAGRACIA “ALTY” FALVEY steps in as assistant account executive for Anthology Marketing Group’s Advertising Group. She will be working closely with account executives in directing, coordinating, planning, analyzing and evaluating assigned projects. Falvey most recently comes from JLEW Bags New York as sales manager and designer advisor. She holds a bachelor’s degree from New York University.
JOE DI CONDINA joins Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties’ Honolulu office as an independent agent and Global Luxury property specialist. His specialties include condos, new developments and investment properties. Di Condina’s profile history includes work with clientele from NFL team owners to tech moguls. He comes to the firm with more than 10 years of real estate experience, and is still an active realtor-associate in New York City.
DR. JILL INOUYE, a sports medicine physician, joins the staff at Pali Momi Medical Center. She attended the University of Hawaii (UH) John A. Burns School of Medicine where she earned her medical degree. Inouye then completed her residency at UH and a fellowship in sports medicine at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. She most recently was head team physician for UH athletes and staff physician at the University Health Services Clinic.
STUART SHIBANO moves up to vice president and dealer loan officer in First Hawaiian Bank’s (FHB) Dealer Division. With his more than 16 years of financial institution experience, Shibano will manage and support the commercial banking needs of automobile dealerships on Maui, the Big Island and Oahu. He’s been with the FHB ohana since 2001 serving in several positions throughout his term in business lending as a representative and officer.