HONOLULU--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Bank of Hawaii Corp. (NYSE:BOH) announced that its shareholders have elected Alicia Moy to serve on its board of directors, effective Feb. 24. Moy is president and chief executive officer of Hawai‘i Gas, which was established in 1904 as the state’s only government-franchised, full-service gas company. With the addition of Moy, Bank of Hawaii Corporation’s board of directors increases from 12 to 13.
“On behalf of Bank of Hawaii, I am delighted to welcome Alicia Moy to our board”
“On behalf of Bank of Hawaii, I am delighted to welcome Alicia Moy to our board,” said Peter Ho, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Bank of Hawaii Corp. “Alicia’s expertise in utilities and energy has given her a unique perspective on Hawaii’s energy ecosystem and how it is transforming to meet the state’s renewable energy goals. Given the importance of energy in Hawaii and how it impacts all consumers in the state, Alicia’s strong executive leadership in finance and strategic planning will bring valuable insights to our board.”
Moy joined Hawai‘i Gas in 2013, after serving 12 years as senior vice president at Hawai‘i Gas’s management company, Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, where she oversaw corporate strategy, strategic planning, funding and management of several utility companies, including Hawai‘i Gas. Prior to that, she worked for Morgan Stanley in the Investment Banking division, where she was involved in corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions for private equity clients from 1999 to 2001.
Moy holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and marketing from the University of Miami and a master’s degree in finance from INSEAD. A member of the Hawai‘i Gas board of directors since 2011, Moy also serves on the boards of Aloha United Way, the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, the Western Energy Institute and MIC Renewable Energy Holdings. She also sits on advisory boards for the Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative and Women in Renewable Energy and is a member of the Hawaii Business Roundtable.