Realtor MLS for Big Island, Kauai gets new CEO
Hawaii Island MLS firm gets new CEO
Having served the company for more than a decade, Faith Geronimo has been appointed to serve as the CEO of Hawaii Information Service, a local real estate technology company which handles the Realtor MLS, or multiple listing service, for the Big Island and Kauai.
“We are again fortunate to find that the right leader for the company’s next chapter is already on the job,” said Clifton Kukino, chairman of the Hawaii Information Services Board of Directors and a Realtor on Kauai. “Faith is incredibly committed to the company, its future and its people, and we have great faith in her vision and her passion.”
“Hawaii Information Service has a long history of technological innovation, excellent customer service and solid local values,” Geronimo said. “It is an honor to be able to continue this tradition of excellence, while guiding the company toward new and exciting opportunities.”
Geronimo, who previously oversaw much of the company’s day-to-day business as vice president of operations and general manager, will take the helm effective today. Current CEO Richard Eshelman, who originally came aboard as controller and chief financial officer, will stay on with the company as a consultant.
“Richard has been a critical part of the team for 10 years, and has led this company through some of the more challenging times in our industry,” Kukino said. “As HIS heads into its pivotal next chapter, we are grateful to have his continued expertise.” For more information, call 808-599-4224 or visit www.hawaiiinformation.com.
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