Bank of Hawaii Announces New Vice Presidents: Kami and Young


July 5th, 2019

Scott Kami recently joined Bank of Hawaii as vice president & FX and money market manager in the bank’s Treasury Division. He manages Bank of Hawaii’s foreign exchange currency positions and researches and analyzes financial market conditions to develop risk management strategies for the bank.

Kami has nearly 35 years of experience in finance and treasury operations. Prior to joining the bank, he worked for the state of Hawaii serving as the finance manager for the Hawaii Housing Finance & Development Corporation for nearly 16 years and then as an administrator in the Department of Budget & Finance for 18 years.

Kami received his bachelor of business administration degree in finance from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. He previously served on the boards of the Hawaii Housing Finance and Development Corporation, the Pacific Housing Assistance Corporation, the Hawaii Community Development Authority and the State of Hawaii Deferred Compensation Plan.

Mary Lee Young was recently promoted to vice president from assistant vice president at Bank of Hawaii and continues her duties as an IT manager in the Data & ETL Administration division. She leads a team of developers and data analysts that provides development and production support for all data integration through the ETL (Extract, Transform and Load) process and maintains the bank’s business intelligence and analytics platforms.

Young has more than 19 years of experience at Bank of Hawaii as a systems analyst and developer. Prior to joining the bank, she worked for NCR as a systems programmer in their engineering department in Columbia, SC for more than nine years, and then as a systems analyst in professional services in their Honolulu office for six years. She received her bachelor of science degree in computer science from the University of South Carolina.

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