ASB Chief Administrative Officer Beth Whitehead Among 2016 Girl Scouts of Hawai‘i Women of DistinctionFriday, March 11, 2016
HONOLULU – American Savings Bank (ASB) executive vice president, chief administrative officer, Beth Whitehead, was honored at the Girl Scouts of Hawai‘i’s Women of Distinction Dinner on Friday March, 11. Also honored were Louise Ing, a founding stockholder and director of Hawai‘i law firm Alston, Hunt, Floyd & Ing, and Catherine Ngo, President and Chief Executive Officer of Central Pacific Bank.
“We are honored to recognize such inspiring women in Hawaiʻi,” said Shari Chang, Girl Scouts of Hawai‘i, chief executive officer. “All three women have made a significant impact in our community, and truly embody this year’s theme of ‘One Girl Today = One Leader Tomorrow.’”
The Women of Distinction Dinner recognizes Hawai‘i leaders and their contributions to the community. All proceeds from the event benefit the Girl Scouts of Hawaiʻi council and local Girl Scout initiatives.
Whitehead oversees Human Resources, Learning and Development, Community Advancement, Corporate Communications, Public Relations, Government Affairs, Legal, Compliance, Corporate Security and Corporate Real Estate and Facilities. Additionally, she is overseeing the planning and construction of ASB’s new campus. Whitehead also serves as a board member for the YMCA of Honolulu, Hawaiʻi Theatre Center and Helping Hands Hawai‘i.
About American Savings Bank
Since 1925, ASB has served Hawai‘i’s businesses and communities by providing a full range of financial products and services including business and consumer banking, home loans, insurance, and investments. ASB is one of Hawai‘i’s leading financial institutions, with online and mobile banking services and branch locations statewide offering evening, weekend and holiday hours. For six consecutive years, ASB has been named one of Hawaii Business Magazine’s “Best Places to Work” and was the winner of the large company category in 2015. For three consecutive years, ASB has been recognized as one of the “Best Banks to Work For” in the U.S. by American Banker Magazine. For more than 90 years, ASB has been helping build strong communities. Through its Seeds of Service program, ASB teammates have contributed more than 22,000 hours of volunteer service, and the bank has donated millions of dollars to Hawai‘i schools, non-profits and community organizations.
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