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Bank of Hawaii Corporation

HQ Phone:  (808) 537-8500

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Bank of Hawaii Corporation

130 Merchant Street

Honolulu, Hawaii,96813

United States

Company Description

Bank of Hawaii Corporation is a regional financial services company serving businesses, consumers and governments in Hawaii, American Samoa and the West Pacific. The Company's principal subsidiary, Bank of Hawaii, was founded in 1897 and is the largest indepen... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice Chair

Hawaii Pacific Export Council


Senior Associate Director and Associate Director for Media Relations

National Association of Manufacturers


President of the Board of Directors

Dash


National Coalition of Girls' Schools


Affiliations

HiBEAM company

Board Member


Rotary Club of Honolulu

Chair of Public Relations and Scholarship Committees


La Pietra Hawaii School for Girls

Board Member


Hawaii Green Growth

Board Member


Hawaii Nature Center

Board Member


Women's Fund of Hawaii

Board Member


Entrepreneurs Foundation of Hawaii

Advisory Board Member


Hawaii Society of Corporate Planners

Board Member


Malama Na Keiki Foundation

Founder


Web References(51 Total References)


Mentors | HiBEAM, Hawaii Business and Entrepreneur Acceleration Mentors

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Piia Aarma, Pineapple Tweed
PIIA AARMA has been involved in communications for almost 20 years. Her experience includes corporate communications, marketing, Internet site development, national-level lobbying, newspaper reporting and editing, magazine writing and on-line communications. She has broad industry and functional expertise, with specialties in image and positioning, media relations, issues management, and crisis management. Since 1997, Ms. Aarma has headed her own communications consulting firm, Pineapple Tweed (www.pineappletweed.com). Ms. Aarma previously led corporate communications for the Bank of Hawaii, including its Pacific, Asia and U.S. Mainland locations. In this role, she developed strategic integrated communications plans to position the company, its executives and staff as industry and community leaders; developed and led crisis communications strategy and implementation; and developed the Bank's website and the beginnings of a long-term strategic plan for Internet communications and commerce. Before coming to Hawaii, Ms. Aarma was a lobbyist with the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), a macroeconomic lobbying association, in Washington, DC. At NAM she held positions as senior associate director and associate director for media relations. Ms. Aarma is a member of the board of directors for La Pietra-Hawaii School for Girls, Atherton YMCA, Mediation Center of the Pacific, and Hawaii Society of Corporate Planners. She is vice chair of the Hawaii/Pacific Export Council and is a member of the Rotary Club of Honolulu and chair of its public relations and scholarship committees. A former president of the board of directors for DASH (Drug Addiction Services of Hawaii), Ms. Aarma was also a founder and former trustee of Malama Na Keiki Foundation and served on the Advisory Council of the Hawaii Youth Mentoring Initiative.


Mentors | HiBEAM, Hawaii Business and Entrepreneur Acceleration Mentors

hibeam.org [cached]

Piia Aarma, Pineapple Tweed
PIIA AARMA has been involved in communications for almost 20 years. Her experience includes corporate communications, marketing, Internet site development, national-level lobbying, newspaper reporting and editing, magazine writing and on-line communications. She has broad industry and functional expertise, with specialties in image and positioning, media relations, issues management, and crisis management. Since 1997, Ms. Aarma has headed her own communications consulting firm, Pineapple Tweed (www.pineappletweed.com). Ms. Aarma previously led corporate communications for the Bank of Hawaii, including its Pacific, Asia and U.S. Mainland locations. In this role, she developed strategic integrated communications plans to position the company, its executives and staff as industry and community leaders; developed and led crisis communications strategy and implementation; and developed the Bank's website and the beginnings of a long-term strategic plan for Internet communications and commerce. Before coming to Hawaii, Ms. Aarma was a lobbyist with the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), a macroeconomic lobbying association, in Washington, DC. At NAM she held positions as senior associate director and associate director for media relations. Ms. Aarma is a member of the board of directors for La Pietra-Hawaii School for Girls, Atherton YMCA, Mediation Center of the Pacific, and Hawaii Society of Corporate Planners. She is vice chair of the Hawaii/Pacific Export Council and is a member of the Rotary Club of Honolulu and chair of its public relations and scholarship committees. A former president of the board of directors for DASH (Drug Addiction Services of Hawaii), Ms. Aarma was also a founder and former trustee of Malama Na Keiki Foundation and served on the Advisory Council of the Hawaii Youth Mentoring Initiative.


Piia AarmaPresidentPineapple Tweed PR & Marketing Blue Startups • Venture Accelerator

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Piia Aarma
Piia Aarma Piia guides our companies with Public Relations, Marketing, Social Media, Event Planning, and Graphic Design expertise. PIIA AARMA has been involved in communications for almost 20 years. Her experience includes corporate communications, marketing, Internet site development, national-level lobbying, newspaper reporting and editing, magazine writing and on-line communications. She has broad industry and functional expertise, with specialties in image and positioning, media relations, issues management, and crisis management. Since 1997, Ms. Aarma has headed her own communications consulting firm, Pineapple Tweed. Ms. Aarma previously led corporate communications for the Bank of Hawaii, including its Pacific, Asia and U.S. Mainland locations. In this role, she developed strategic integrated communications plans to position the company, its executives and staff as industry and community leaders; developed and led crisis communications strategy and implementation; and developed the Bank's website and the beginnings of a long-term strategic plan for Internet communications and commerce.


Mentors | HiBEAM.org

www.hibeam.org [cached]

Piia Aarma
Pineapple Tweed HiBEAM Staff PIIA AARMA has been involved in communications for almost 20 years. Her experience includes corporate communications, marketing, Internet site development, national-level lobbying, newspaper reporting and editing, magazine writing and on-line communications. She has broad industry and functional expertise, with specialties in image and positioning, media relations, issues management, and crisis management. Since 1997, Ms. Aarma has headed her own communications consulting firm, Pineapple Tweed (www.pineappletweed.com). Ms. Aarma previously led corporate communications for the Bank of Hawaii, including its Pacific, Asia and U.S. Mainland locations. In this role, she developed strategic integrated communications plans to position the company, its executives and staff as industry and community leaders; developed and led crisis communications strategy and implementation; and developed the Bank's website and the beginnings of a long-term strategic plan for Internet communications and commerce. Before coming to Hawaii, Ms. Aarma was a lobbyist with the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), a macroeconomic lobbying association, in Washington, DC. At NAM she held positions as senior associate director and associate director for media relations. Ms. Aarma is a member of the board of directors for La Pietra-Hawaii School for Girls, Atherton YMCA, Mediation Center of the Pacific, and Hawaii Society of Corporate Planners. She is vice chair of the Hawaii/Pacific Export Council and is a member of the Rotary Club of Honolulu and chair of its public relations and scholarship committees. A former president of the board of directors for DASH (Drug Addiction Services of Hawaii), Ms. Aarma was also a founder and former trustee of Malama Na Keiki Foundation and served on the Advisory Council of the Hawaii Youth Mentoring Initiative.


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Piia Aarma
Piia Aarma Piia M. Aarma has been involved in communications for more than 20 years. Her experience includes corporate communications, marketing, website development, national-level lobbying, newspaper reporting and editing, magazine writing and online communications. She has broad industry and functional expertise, with specialties in strategic communications planning, image and positioning, media relations and crisis management. She has received several awards from the Public Relations Society of America, International Association of Business Communicators, CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) Print Design regional design awards and the Peles. She was recognized as the Outstanding Communications Volunteer for Aloha United Way in 1992 and was named a finalist in Pacific Business News' Women Who Mean Business in 2002 and 2005. In 2007, she was a finalist for Community Leader of the Year, Pacific Business News, and was honored by the SBA as the 2007 Women in Business Champion of the Year, City and County of Honolulu. Locating to Honolulu, Hawaii, from Washington, DC, in 1987 she joined Bank of Hawaii to lead the company's corporate communications, including its Pacific, Asia and U.S. Mainland locations. In this role, she developed strategic integrated communications plans to position the company, its executives and staff as industry and community leaders. She developed and led crisis communications strategy and implementation. In 1996, she developed the company's website and the beginnings of a long-term strategic plan for Internet communications and commerce. In 1997, she started her own PR and marketing consulting firm, Pineapple Tweed, in Honolulu.


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