Bank of Hawaii Promotes Three to Senior Vice President: Margaret Dang, Therese Dickerson and James Moniz
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
HONOLULU, HI – Margaret T.F.Y. Dang has been promoted to senior vice president of the Client and Employee Experience Department. Dang is responsible for driving customer experience strategies, using insight and data to optimize the experience, as well as developing positive employee engagement through bank activities and events. She joined the bank in 1987 and has held numerous positions in the Human Resources Division, including quality and staff development manager, before moving to the Marketing Department. Dang holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and is the first in the state to earn the DMA Certified Marketing Professional™ Program certification from the Direct Marketing Association (DMA).
Therese M. Dickerson has been promoted from vice president to senior vice president of Human Resources, Leadership and Employee Development. She continues to be responsible for development of the learning and development strategy, management of the executive development process, designing leadership and professional programs, and conducting training and performance analyses. During her 16 years at Bank of Hawaii, Dickerson has held various positions including training specialist, team leader and assistant human resources manager. A graduate of the University of Hawaii at Manoa, she holds a bachelor’s degree in communications and a master’s degree in communications management from the University of Southern California. Dickerson is president of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) Hawaii Chapter and is the first in the state to earn the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance™ (CPLP) credential from the ASTD Certification Institute.
James K.M. Moniz has been promoted from vice president and manager to senior vice president of the Dealer Indirect Lending Department. He is responsible for the bank’s consumer automobile lending business in Hawaii, Guam and Saipan. Moniz also oversees sales and marketing activities, credit underwriting and pricing guidelines and portfolio performance. Moniz began his career at Bank of Hawaii in 2002 as a loan officer and also spent six years at Nissan Motor Corporation. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration, with a double concentration in finance and business economics, from George Washington University.