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A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU

MAJ. JEFF MARTIN moves up to divisional commander for the Salvation Army Hawaiian & Pacific Islands Division. He will oversee operations throughout the state and the Pacific Islands. Division services offer various resources including adult day health services, affordable senior housing, at-risk youth services and housing, food distribution and feeding programs, homeless services, The Kroc Center, and many more.

SHAUN MARSH of Kaiser Permanente Hawaii, takes over as home health administrator. She will manage Hawaii’s home health department and actively participate in program development. Marsh received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Phoenix and is currently working toward a master’s degree at the school. She first joined the medical center in 2011 as a registered nurse case manager for hospice and palliative care.

PETER DAMES fills in as executive vice president, mobility ventures & technology at Servco Pacific Inc. He is responsible to lead Servco’s IT function, process improvement team and innovation incubator, as well as Servco Mobility Labs — including its new Hui car share program. Dames joins the company after nearly 20 years with PACCAR Inc., one of the largest manufacturers of commercial vehicles in the world.

ALAN MATTSON advances to president and chief executive officer of Castle Resorts & Hotels. He’s been with the company since 1999 as senior vice president of sales and marketing, then moving up to president and chief operating officer six years later. Mattson currently is a board member of several organizations, a few of which include the Castle Group Inc., the marketing committee for Pacific Historic Parks, and Travel Industry Association of America.

ALEXANDRA “ALEX” DOSEN steps in at Hunt Companies’ Hawaii Development Division as assistant asset manager. She will lead various financial reporting, development and construction initiatives within her region. Dosen comes from a wide range of experience having worked in a number of industries, previously serving at Ernst & Young, Southwest Airlines and Fifth Third Bancorp. She attended Ohio State University, graduating with her Bachelor of Science.

DEE-ANN HEELY is the new director of Labor & Employee Relations of The Queen’s Health Systems (QHS) where she will manage and direct divisional relations including negotiations, labor contracts and grievances. Heely brings more than two decades of experience to the role with a work background at Kahuku Medical Center, American Airlines and Hiipaka LLC. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Hawaii and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in human resource management.