HONOLULU--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bank of Hawaii Corp. (NYSE: BOH) announced that its board of directors has elected Dana M. Tokioka to serve on its board of directors, effective Feb. 21, 2020, until the annual election of directors at the bank’s next annual shareholders meeting. With the addition of Tokioka, Bank of Hawaii Corporation’s board of directors increases from 14 to 15.
“I'm so pleased to welcome Dana Tokioka to our board of directors,” said Chairman, President and CEO Peter S. Ho. “Dana is a highly accomplished businesswoman with a robust set of skills, knowledge and experience. She is uniquely positioned and will complement our Board with her vast background and community involvement.”
Tokioka is currently vice president at Atlas Insurance Agency, Inc. She joined the company in 2010, with a special focus on executing multiple IT initiatives, as well as establishing financial reporting metrics. She has also engineered and directed multi-layered risk programs for financial institutions, service-based organizations, construction firms and other business. Prior to Atlas Insurance Agency, Tokioka was an economic business analyst associate with Booz Allen Hamilton, where she helped perform economic analysis for commercial clients. Tokioka practiced both real estate and corporate law in California prior to returning home to Hawaii in 2005.
Tokioka is also a board member of Tradewind Capital Group, a Hawaii-based investment firm focused on real estate and private equity opportunities, and a board member of IC International, a surplus lines insurance broker. Her community involvement includes serving as executive director of Island Holdings’ two foundations, which support over 120 nonprofits annually, and as board chair for the YWCA O‘ahu.
Tokioka is a graduate of Punahou School and holds a bachelor’s degree from Tufts University and both a law degree and MBA from Georgetown University.