Business Roundup: February 2012
By Sonia Isotov
Once a month, this column is published and contains tidbits of business news we receive over the course of a month. If you would like your information included, please email [email protected].
Lava Java Coffee Roasters of Maui at Kihei Kalama Village celebrated their 5th anniversary on Feb. 6.
Drosie Rosaro, a specialist in internal medicine, has joined Kaiser Permanente’s Maui Lani Clinic, while new ophthalmologist Brett Shapiro is practicing at the Wailuku Clinic.
Hawaii Business Magazine named Imua Family Services one of the 2013 Best Places to Work in Hawai’i for the second consecutive year.
Kimberly Miyazawa Frank, formerly the chief executive office of the YWCA of O`ahu, has joined the executive team of Lanai Resorts, LLC as the vice president of human resources and community development.
Jonathan L. Silver has been appointment the next head of school for the Maui Preparatory Academy starting with the 2013-14 school year. He replaces George Baker, who is retiring in May.
A new Island Deli has opened inside the newly-remodeled ABC Store across from Kamaole I Beach Park in Kihei.
The Hawaii Tourism Authority has selected Brian A. Lynx, formerly the director of sales and marketing at the Grand Wailea Resort, as its new vice president of meetings, conventions and incentives.
Hale Makua Health Services has been named a Top Agency of the 2012 HomeCare Elite, a compilation of the top-performing home health agencies in the United States.
Carolyn Freitas, a Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc. employee for 32 years, has received the Atlas Insurance Driver of the Year Award.