Haleakalā Ranch Announces Two Management PromotionsSeptember 18, 2017, 10:33 AM HST · Updated September 18, 10:34 AM 0 Comments
Haleakalā Ranch Company announced is has promoted two of its managers effective Sept. 1, 2017.
J. Scott Meidell was promoted from Vice President to Senior Vice President of the Ranch and will continue to have overall responsibility for the Company’s Real Estate & Land Management activities on Maui.
Meidell joined the Company in 2003 and has assisted in developing the Ranch’s land management activities, including the new forestry operation. In addition to land management, his real estate responsibilities include land planning and entitlements for the Ranch’s non-core landholdings and oversight of all commercial leases on the Ranch.
Jordan Jokiel was also promoted to Vice President/Land Manager and will continue to report to Meidell. Jokiel will oversee the Ranch’s Land Management operations, which include Forestry, Weed Control and Conservation/Stewardship programs and partnerships. Jokiel has more than 25 years of practical experience in land and wildlife conservation and will also be working closely with Greg Friel, Vice President/Livestock Manager, to continue to build on the Ranch’s holistic approach to land management.
Don Young, President of Haleakalā Ranch said, “I believe these changes strengthen the management team of the Company and reflect our commitment to continuing Haleakalā Ranch’s 129-year legacy of responsible land stewardship and conservation.”