New jobs>> Jacky Scheidt has joined Goodwill Industries of Hawaii as vice president of administrative services. She will be responsible for Goodwill's administrative support departments, including finance, human resources, MIS, public relations, safety and risk management, and services in Hilo..
>> Kona Brewing Co. has hired Gary M. Fast as its Kona Brewpub general manager. He will oversee all restaurant functions at Kona Brewing Co. Fast has worked at several brewpubs and restaurants in the Pacific Northwest, boasting 16 years of experience in the restaurant industry and eight years in management. Kona Brewing Co. distributes its beer in Hawaii, California, Nevada and, most recently, Japan.
>> Sheri St. Germain joins Honolulu Publishing Co.'s Aloha Airlines Inflight Group as senior account manager. Her advertising background includes six years with This Week Publications as Oahu's director of sales and account executive.
>> Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties has hired Larry Cosby as a sales associate in its Kapiolani Office. He has more than 10 years of real estate sales experience, most recently as a sales associate with Prudential Locations.
Promotions>> Maryknoll School has named Betsey Hughes Gunderson high school principal. Among her responsibilities are the overall educational development of students and the professional development of teachers, identifying current and future educational requirements, and developing an educational plan for the school. She has nearly 30 years of experience in the private school sector, most recently as Maryknoll's interim vice principal.
>> Bank of Hawaii has promoted three new vice presidents. Merleen Lee continues her responsibilities as special assets officer, working closely with borrowers who are experiencing difficulty. Debbie Kuroiwa also continues her responsibilities as service manager, managing all branch service staff for Bankoh's Main Branch and Chinatown Branch. Alan Kuroiwa will continue his duties as senior trust officer, providing comprehensive wealth management for the bank's top clients.