A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU
LINDSAY MCANEELEY, along with Joyce Tam-Sugiyama, launches the Environmental Practice Group, comprised of attorneys focused on serving as advisers and advocates for clients with environmental issues in the Pacific Region. They aim to help others navigate Hawaii’s complex cultural, political and legal landscape.
DR. SULMA GANDHI starts as senior program director for Kupu, an education and conservation nonprofit. With a strong background in health, human services, and education, Gandhi will oversee the operations for Kupu’s Summer Conservation Leadership Development and Environmental Education Leaders programs. She holds a doctorate in business administration.
ROBERT BROWN, who earned his Juris Doctor from William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, steps in as a litigation associate for Starn O’Toole Marcus and Fisher law firm. Brown will primarily be serving in the area of civil litigation and was previously deputy prosecuting attorney for the City & County of Honolulu.
TODD BOULANGER takes over as executive director for the nonprofit Bikeshare Hawaii. Boulanger has more than 20 years of experience in transportation planning and mobility consultation with a special focus on designing complete streets, researching transportation trends, parking operations, operating bike transit hubs and marketing mobility services. A graduate of the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Boulanger has a master’s degree in urban and regional planning. He also has a degree from Southern Methodist University in Texas for political science and Asian business.
DR. SELENA GOSS, who has a medical degree from New York Medical College, recently signed on as a physician for Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical Center. Goss specializes in vascular surgery and also served as a vascular surgery fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She additionally holds a master’s degree from Boston in medical sciences. Goss is one of six brand new physicians who have joined Kaiser Permanente Hawaii facilities on both Oahu and Maui.
MATTHEW EMERSON advances to senior executive vice president and director of e-commerce for Bank of Hawaii’s Digital Channels Division. In doing so, Emerson also becomes a member of the bank’s Managing Committee. In his new role, Emerson will oversee the strategic planning, service delivery, revenue management, technology, risk and compliance functions for the non-branch retail channels of boh.com and online and mobile banking. Emerson was a graduate of Northwestern University where he received a master’s in business administration.