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Going Places

A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU

JOY MIYASAKI starts at Carlsmith Ball LLP as a partner at the Honolulu office. Miyasaki’s practice focuses on tax and estate planning, wealth preservation and asset protection, charitable planning and tax-exempt organizations, trust and estate administration, and trust and estate disputes and litigation. Miyasaki received a bachelor’s degree as well as her Juris Doctor from Georgetown University and was admitted to practice in Hawaii in 1981.

SIMONA WINSTONE joins the Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties’ Honolulu office as an independent real estate agent and Global Luxury specialist. Winstone specializes in new construction and development projects. In 1996 she moved to Hawaii from Canada to raise her three kids and began her career in real estate in 2001.

KEITH ROGERS, a mortgage banking business process manager for Bank of Hawaii, progresses from vice president to senior vice president. Rogers has more than 20 years of experience. His new responsibilities include oversight of the process and project support team, as well as mortgage servicing and secondary marketing.

HELENE FEAGAIMAALII moves up to director of food and beverage for the Hawaii Convention Center. Feagaimaalii has nearly two decades of experience in catering, sales and conference services. She most recently served as the center’s director of catering sales, where she oversaw events with up to 14,000 guests. Feagaimaalii will oversee food and beverage operations. On top of menu development for a variety of events, food and beverage sales, her role also includes collaborating with chefs, service managers and convention leaders in the planning and execution of successful functions.

TOM EUSTACE becomes Kalakaua Gardens’ director of sales and marketing. Eustace has more than 26 years of extensive senior and long-term healthcare experience. Prior to joining Kalakaua Gardens, he worked with assisted living, skilled nursing and continuing care retirement communities in Chicago. Eustace also owned and operated his own senior relocation business for seven years and holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology and gerontology from Illinois State University.

CINDY BALLARD steps in as KCAA Preschools of Hawaii’s director of training. With more than 15 years of experience in the field, Ballard will design, develop and deliver innovative online and on-campus training programs for KCAA’s 120 employees. Ballard’s goal is to ensure employees meet the new annual Hawaii State training requirements while providing content that is research-based and child-focused.