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HTA Board Welcomes Three New Board Members

At the HTA board meeting on Aug. 21, 2014, the HTA welcomed three new board members. Sean Dee, executive vice president and chief marketing officer for Outrigger Enterprises Group; Donna Domingo, president of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU); and Denise Hayashi Yamaguchi, president and CEO of Denise Hayashi Consulting, were all appointed to the HTA board of directors effective July 1, 2014. 
 
During the meeting, the board also elected Aaron Sala to serve as its chair and Craig Nakamura and Lorrie Stone to serve as its co-chairs. Both Sala and Nakamura joined the HTA board in 2011 and Stone joined in 2012.
 
“This is an exciting time for the HTA as we have just come off of two record-breaking years,” said Mike McCartney, HTA president and CEO.  “We are pleased to welcome Sean, Donna and Denise to our board and congratulate Aaron, Craig and Lorrie as our new leadership.”
 
In June, the HTA said aloha to six of its board members: Kelvin Bloom, Patricia Ewing, Patrick Fitzgerald, Victor Kimura, Michael Kobayashi and Ronald Williams. Each was recognized at the HTA board meeting on June 26 prior to their terms ending on June 30, 2014.
 
“On behalf of the HTA, I would like to extend a special mahalo to Kelvin, Ron and Patti for offering additional time and service to our board as chair and vice chair over the years,” added McCartney. 
 
 

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