Enterprise Honolulu adds four to board

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Pacific Business News (Honolulu)

Enterprise Honolulu has named four new members to its board of directors.

The nonprofit economic development organization this week added:

  • Robin Campaniano, who retired as president and CEO of Farmers Insurance Hawaii Co. this month following 17 years with the company. He is a general partner in the Ulupono Initiative.
  • Darren Kimura, founder and president of Honolulu-based solar energy firm Sopogy.
  • Nelson Lau, partner of tax and advisory firm KPMG.
  • David Tumilowicz, publisher of Hawaii Business magazine.

“The new board members will help us build bridges to various interest groups and decision-makers across Honolulu and help us build the consensus to take action on our key economic objectives,” board chairman Robbie Alm, executive vice president of Hawaiian Electric Co., said in a prepared statement.

From its start in 2001, Enterprise Honolulu has had the goal of creating and retaining high-paying jobs and diversifying economic opportunities for Oahu.

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