Bank of Hawaii Announces New Senior Vice Presidents: Natalie Fogle and Andrea G. McCarley


March 4th, 2019

Natalie Fogle has been promoted to senior vice president & senior construction and project manager from vice president & construction and project manager in Bank of Hawaii’s Corporate Real Estate and Facilities Division.

She is responsible for leading the renovation and redesign of the bank’s corporate headquarters in downtown Honolulu, as well as the “Branch of Tomorrow” initiative, a modernization of branch facilities. Fogle will continue to oversee a team of project managers and be responsible for the planning, construction and renovation of the bank’s properties.

Fogle joined Bank of Hawaii in 2010, and was promoted to vice president in 2014. She has worked in the architectural profession since 1999, and most recently owned her own firm, Architecture + Art Collaborative, in San Francisco. Fogle earned her bachelor’s degree in architectural studies and her master’s degree in architecture from the University of Utah.

Andrea G. McCarley, director of enterprise application management, has been promoted to senior vice president.

Since joining the bank in 2016, McCarley has demonstrated her passion through her work. As the director of enterprise application management, she has played a key leadership role in strengthening our application environment by hiring top talent, communicating the state of our various application portfolios to the respective business units and ensuring a stable environment for each application her team manages. She is dedicated to process improvement and cost savings through thoughtful change.

McCarley holds a master’s degree in information systems from George Mason University.

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