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                                Dr. Run Heidelberg, the new administrator at the Hawaii State Hospital.
Name in the News: Run Heidelberg

Construction of a new forensic patient facility — replacing a dilapidated 70-year-old building — is expected to wrap up on Hawaii State Hospital (HSH) grounds in Kaneohe by late 2020, with staff and patients moving in the next year. Read more

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                                Jeffrey Herzog, the Army Corps project manager works to help deliver Ala Wai flood mitigation, and more.
Name in the News: Jeffrey Herzog

For Jeffrey Herzog, being a project manager for the Civil Works Branch of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) fits his military training and skill set. Read more

Name in the News: Gary Simon, AARP Hawaii’s volunteer state president

Shortly before retiring from St. Francis Healthcare System last month — closing out three decades of employment, mostly with St. Francis Hospice — Gary Simon signed up for a new gig that also focuses, in large part, on aging and family caregiving issues. Read more

Name in the News: Cheryl Soon

Cheryl Soon is well schooled in the issues underlying Honolulu’s rail project — in many ways. For one, she was director of the city Department of Transportation Services, from 1997 to 2004. Read more

Name in the News: Daniel Alexander

Two months ago, Gov. David Ige signed into law a bill requiring the Hawaii Department of Transportation and county counterparts to adopt a “Vision Zero” policy to prevent and ultimately eliminate traffic fatalities through a combination of engineering, enforcement, education and emergency response strategies with a focus on equity. Read more

Name in the News: Scott Schroeder

Scott Schroeder has wanted to be in education since he was being educated himself, starting with grade school. Whatever level of school he was in at the time, that’s the level he wanted to teach. Read more

Name in the News: Sue Kanoho

Kauai’s North Shore end-of-the-road scenic places struggled with access-related headaches long before epic mid-April 2018 rainfall and related flooding and landslides left Kuhio Highway with dozens of emergency repair sites. Read more

Name in the News: Sandy Ma

Sandy Ma, the new executive director of the nonprofit Common Cause Hawaii, now has a mission of making sure government runs well, and in the public interest. Read more

Name in the News: Randy Cabral

The Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation took shape several decades ago, when sugar and pineapple crops dominated the fields. Read more

Name in the News: Christopher Brenchley

The first named storm of the East Pacific hurricane season made its debut this week: Tropical Storm Alvin, a weakling that is expected to fall apart safely distant from Hawaiian waters. Read more

Name in the News: Kevin Allen

As the primary responder to ocean emergencies islandwide up to one mile out to sea, Honolulu’s Ocean Safety and Lifeguard Services Division maintains a year-round vigilance along nearly 200 miles of coastline. Read more

Name in the News: Tina Neal

Even with decades of experience studying volcanoes, Christina (Tina) Neal had never seen anything quite like last year’s massive Kilauea eruption. Read more

Name in the News: Michael Broderick

As the YMCA of Honolulu celebrates its sesquicentennial this year, its role and relationship with the larger community on Oahu is continuing to change and evolve. Read more

Name in the News: Pedro Haro

A few years back, Pedro Haro was given a diagnosis of chronic post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) due to an earlier personal trauma. Read more

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