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Prince Resorts Appoints New Vice President

January 2, 2015, 11:32 AM HST
* Updated January 2, 11:37 AM
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Prince Resorts Hawai’i, who operates the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel and Golf Course and the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel and Golf Course at the Mauna Kea Resort, has appointed Greg Dickhens as Vice President.

Dickhens, who will be based out of Honolulu, will assist in the strategic planning of Prince Resorts Hawai’i, which include the repositioning of resort assets and the development of new real estate opportunities.

“We are thrilled to welcome Greg as a valued member of our executive team,” said Donn Takahashi, president of Prince Resorts Hawai’i. “As we strive to strengthen our presence in Hawai’i, his more than 20 years of experience in real estate finance and development will surely be a huge asset to our company. We look forward to great things ahead.”

Previously, Dickhens served as presidents and senior advisor of Kyo-ya Company. In his role at the company, he coordinated the financial, redevelopment. and value enhancement strategies for seven Starwood Hotels and Resorts properties, including the Sheraton Waikiki Resort and The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort.

Before joining Kyo-ya Company, Dickhens was the chief financial officer of Vail Resorts Development Company and was also vice president of development for Hilton Hotels Corporation.

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A Hawai’i native and graduate of Punahou School, Dickhens received a bachelor of science degree from Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration and a master’s degree in business administration from the Anderson School of Business at University of California, Los Angeles. He is also a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization and has been active in a wide variety of local organizations, including Hawai’i Business Roundtable, Waikiki Improvement Association, After School All-Stars, and Gift Foundation of Hawai’i.

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