PBN Selects Women Who Mean Business HonoreesJanuary 28, 2019, 11:52 AM HST · Updated January 28, 11:52 AM 0 Comments
Pacific Business News has announced its 2019 Women Who Mean Business honorees.
This is PBN’s 21st year honoring women who work in a wide range of industries in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors.
Maui honorees include Sherri Hamamura Grimes of Pacific Media Group, Debbie Cabebe of Maui Economic Opportunity Inc., Astrid Heckert of the Fairmont Kea Lani Maui, Nani Koa of Securitas, Melanie Oxley of Maui Brewing Co. and Kelly Pearson of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui Inc.
This year’s honorees will be celebrated at an event to be held Thursday, March 14, 2019, at The Royal Hawaiian. Tickets are available here.
Women Who Mean Business
Bettina Mehnert, President & CEO, AHL, PBN’s Career Achievement honoree
Marleen Akau, Royal Hawaiian Center
Jan Boivin, Hawaii Pacific University
Katie Buck, E.A. Buck Financial Services
Debbie Cabebe, Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc.
Tracy Camuso, G70
Jinny Cheung, Hunt Companies
Leslie Cho, Hampton Inn & Suites
Joy Davidson, Mason Architects
Luz Evelia Gutierrez, Highgate
Sherri Hamamura Grimes, Pacific Media Group
Leian Harosky, Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties
Astrid Heckert, Fairmont Kea Lani Maui
Nani Koa, Securitas
Lisa Ledesma, Homebridge Financial Services
Gail Lerch, Hawaii Pacific Health
Joanne Lo Grimes, Carlsmith Ball
Tammy Makizuru-Higa, Booz Allen Hamilton
Melanie Oxley, Maui Brewing Co.
Kelly Pearson, Boys & Girls Clubs of Maui, Inc.
Linda Puu, Kaiser Permanente
Gladys Quinto Marrone, Building Industry Association Hawaii
Laura Kay Rand, Hawaii Foodbank
Laura Richards, Hanalei Colony Resort
Jean Santos, Business Consulting Resources
Catherine Sato, Bank of Hawaii
Natalie Taniguchi, American Savings Bank
Nikki Senter, Senter Law LLLC
Dana Tokioka, Atlas Insurance Agency
Tammy Uy, NMG Network
Theresa van Greunen, Aqua-Aston Hospitality
Micky Yamatani, Coates & Frey, Attorneys at Law LLLC