Sonya Gomes Joins Hoʻōla Nā Pua Board of Directors

We are honored and excited to welcome Sonya Gomes as the newest member of the Hoʻōla Nā Pua Board of Directors. Sonya’s appointment brings fresh energy and a wealth of financial expertise to our dedicated team.

With over two decades of distinguished service in the banking industry, Sonya has developed a robust skill set that is essential for the strategic growth of any organization. Her journey from the front lines as a teller to the strategic heights of Senior Vice President and Division Manager at Central Pacific Bank is a narrative of hard work, dedication, and leadership.

Sonya’s academic achievements, including her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, showcase her dedication to continuous improvement and professional excellence. This dedication is reflected in her approach to driving operational success and innovation at Central Pacific Bank.

At Hoʻōla Nā Pua, we believe that Sonya’s experience in overseeing Loan & Deposit Operations will contribute significantly to our financial stewardship and strategic planning. Her insights will be critical as we enhance our programs to prevent human trafficking and provide restorative care for our keiki.

As we welcome Sonya to our board, we are confident that her leadership will guide us toward new opportunities for impact and sustainability. Join us in extending a warm aloha to Sonya Gomes, a true advocate for progress and change.

Welcome to the team, Sonya!

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