|Robin Harlow holds the new position of vice president of sales.|
Following on the rebranding announcement in August by newly integrated Aqua-Aston Hospitality, the hotel and resort management group has announced several key promotions among its leadership team.
Jeff Caminos has been promoted to vice president of operations. Caminos brings over 35 years of hotel and management experience to his position, and was previously the director of operations. He is responsible for overseeing operations on Oahu, focusing on new property development, service and renovation initiatives.
Robin Harlow holds the new position of vice president of sales. Harlow has been with the company for over ten years, and was previously senior director of sales. She is responsible for identifying new business opportunities and implementing a direct sales strategy that leverages competitive insights while leading the global direct sales team.
Cathy Mak is now vice president of finance. Mak has been with the company for over 20 years, leading the implementation of business intelligence systems, budgeting and forecasting programs, and various financial management systems including Oracle’s PeopleSoft. She was previously associate vice president of financial reporting and planning.
Keith York has been named vice president of revenue and distribution. York has been with the company for over six years, and was previously senior director of revenue and distribution. He oversees the central reservations department, and leads the implementation of revenue optimization strategies
across the entire Aqua-Aston Hospitality portfolio.
Several other promotions have also been announced, including: KeAlii Alexander, promoted to senior director of owner operations; David Crouch, promoted to senior director of operations; Ramona Dobias, promoted to director of payroll; Bulla Eastman, promoted to senior director of safety and security; LeeAnn Isobe, promoted to senior director of marketing; Sharon Matsumoto, promoted to director of credit and collections; Kolia Moua, promoted to director of reservations; and Justin Nakaahiki, promoted to director of marketing.