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Clark named VP of Bishop Holdings Corporation


Bishop Holdings Corporation has announced the appointment of Leslie Yim Clark as vice president of Bishop Holdings Corporation.

Leslie Yim Clark

Her major areas of responsibility include assisting with day-to-day corporate operations, project management, entitlements, real estate development and sales.

Clark is the former vice president of Peninsula Papagayo in Costa Rica, where she served as senior management for the Sales and Marketing, Club Operations and Residential Services of this luxury, residential resort community.

Clark’s career has also included several Big Island projects.

She spent more than five years as Director of Residential Services with Hualalai Resort and has also served in various consultant capacities for the upscale, master planned communities of Kukio and Kaunaoa.

“I am pleased to welcome Leslie Yim Clark to our Bishop Holdings Corporation ohana,” BHC president Kyle Chock said. “Leslie’s unique and diverse background will be an invaluable asset in our long-term BHC mission of land management and stewardship.”

“The historic lands of Keauhou-Kahaluu hold a wealth of cultural, educational and economic assets, and many exciting opportunities for the future. I am looking forward to making a meaningful contribution towards a sustainable path forward, and fulfilling our primary mission of educating native Hawaiian children. I am delighted to join the BHC team,” Clark said.

Clark is a graduate of Punahou School and Cornell University. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce.

Bishop Holdings Corporation is the for-profit subsidiary of Kamehameha Schools. Kamehameha Investment Corporation, Inc., its subsidiary, is responsible for the cultural assets and planned development of Keauhou, a 2,400-acre fully integrated destination community located five miles south of Kailua-Kona.

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