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Tamayose to Lead Island Sotheby’s International Realty Team

January 19, 2017, 12:30 PM HST
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Georgianna Tamayose was named President of Island Sotheby’s International Realty

Georgianna Tamayose was named President of Island Sotheby’s International Realty on Maui, bringing with her experience leading successful teams at companies ranging from Microsoft to Title Guaranty Escrow.

Tamayose was born on Oʻahu and raised on Maui.  She has worked for companies in Hawaiʻi, California and Washington.

After graduating from Gonzaga University, Tamayose worked for companies including Chromalloy Gas Turbine Corporation, GE Financial and Microsoft before moving back to Maui in 2000.

For a decade, Tamayose was Branch Manager for Title Guaranty Escrow, successfully managing three offices.

In 2010, she left the company and started at Island Sotheby’s International Realty as an assistant in the Wailea office.


Over the past six years, Tamayose moved up Island Sotheby’s Realty ranks.


“Every single piece of this company is an important part of the engine that makes the whole work,” said Tamayose. “It’s all about collaboration and working with all of these individuals that makes this job exciting and one that I look forward to being a part of today and beyond.”

Paul C. MacLaughlin, Principal Broker and co-owner of Island Sotheby’s International Realty commented on the announcement saying, “Over the past six years, Georgianna has been invaluable to me in growing the company.  Her wisdom, sensitivity, common sense practicality, and amazing temperament under stress have proven to me her ability to run the company as President.”

Island Sotheby’s International Realty (co-owners Paul MacLaughlin and Mary Worrall) is a locally owned real estate brokerage, serving Maui with over 60 agents in three offices located across the island: Upcountry, South Maui, and West Maui.

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