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Going Places

A LOOK AT WHO’S ON THE MOVE ON OAHU

TAWNYA TANUDRA moves up to director of procurement for RevoluSun Smart Home, a locally owned and operated provider of solar photovoltaic systems. Tanudra’s new responsibilities include overseeing the supply of products and working closely with manufacturers, distributors and vendors, as well as managing warehouse and vehicle fleet operations. Tanudra graduated from the University of Phoenix where she earned her Bachelor of Science in business management.

KEN NUKUI, of Hawaii design firm G70, advances to associate. Nukui is a senior design architect and holds nearly 15 years of experience in endeavors pertaining to commercial, residential, education, judicial, retail, hospitality, historic renovation, institutional, religious and office projects. He holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and also completed post-graduate study at University of California, Los Angeles Extension.

KAYLA FAJOTA starts as an associate for Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert’s family law practice group. Fajota has experience in attorney-client meetings, mediation sessions, settlement negotiations and motion hearings and retained a law degree from the University of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School of Law. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Creighton University in Nebraska.

MARIA REGINA RAFER begins as Kaiser Permanente Hawaii’s senior director of provider contracting. Rafer is responsible for managing contracts for hospital, ancillary and provider services, and maintaining relationships with network providers. Rafer has 20 years of healthcare experience. She graduated from Washington State University with bachelor’s degrees in history and mechanical engineering.

SCOTT NOSENKO steps in as a senior copywriter for Anthology’s Advertising Group. His duties include brainstorming visual and copy ideas for new businesses and ad strategies, undertaking research, developing advertising concepts, and writing copy for ad materials. An alumnus of Columbia College Chicago, Nosenko possesses a Bachelor of Arts degree in advertising and has prior experience working on various projects in Florida.

MELISSA GRADO takes over as Honolulu Community Action Program’s newest program manager of Head Start ERSEA/Family & Community Partnership Program to help low-income residents achieve self-sufficiency. She is responsible for the monitoring and implementation of regulations and daily operations of Head Start Family Advocates. Grado has an associate degree in early childhood education from Honolulu Community College and a Bachelor of Applied Science in human services from Wayland Baptist University.