Xerox selects new isle marketing rep.
Xerox Hawaii has appointed Debbie Ragasa to marketing representative at the company’s Hawaii Island office.
Prior to joining Xerox Hawaii, Ragasa worked at Goodwill Industries of Hawaii in Hilo for close to 10 years, where she was promoted to various positions; the most recent as human resources manager. Prior to that, Ragasa served as retail sales manager for AT&T Wireless in Hilo.
Ragasa received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Hawaii at Hilo.
Ragasa’s community service includes volunteer work with Junior Achievement. She also is a current SHRM National and Hawaii State Member.
Xerox Hawaii first opened its doors in 1961 as a one-person office to serve Hawaii’s businesses. Since that time, Xerox Hawaii has grown into the state’s largest document-product sales, service and support team with more than 200 employees, offering a variety of technologically advanced business equipment, from copiers, fax machines, and color copiers and printers to high-speed laser printers and fully networked digital document solutions.
With headquarters on Oahu, Xerox Hawaii also has office locations, each fully staffed with sales and technical support teams in Lihue, Kauai; Hilo and Kona, Hawaii; and Kahului, Maui. Its main office is located at 700 Bishop St, Suite 1200, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813. Telephone: (808) 521-9536.
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