Albert Mossman Joins Hawaii Gas as Vice President of Human Resources
HONOLULU – Hawaii Gas announced that, effective today, Albert Mossman has joined the company’s senior leadership team as vice president of Human Resources. His predecessor, Ken Yamamoto, will retire from his role at the end of the month after 43 years of service to Hawaii Gas and will assist in the transition.
Mossman will be responsible for talent management, labor and employee relations, diversity initiatives, employee recognition, and human resource technology and analytics.
“Our success at Hawaii Gas depends on attracting, retaining and equipping the best employees in our industry,” said Alicia Moy, president & CEO of Hawaii Gas. “As we move forward with our strategic initiatives to advance Hawai‘i toward a clean energy future, we will continue to rely on the expertise of our dedicated staff. Al is the right person to oversee human resources during this dynamic and exciting time.”
Prior to joining Hawaii Gas, Mossman served as the director of Labor and Employee Relations at Kaiser Permanente in Hawai‘i, where he provided leadership, strategic planning and direction in all areas of human resources for more than 4,000 employees. Before that, he served as the labor/employee relations manager at Hawai‘i Pacific Health, where he was part of the HR leadership team that managed the merger and acquisition of Kapi‘olani Health Systems, Straub Clinic & Hospital, and Wilcox Memorial Hospital.
Mossman holds an Executive MBA from the University of Hawai‘i and is a graduate of the Kaiser Permanente Executive Leadership Program at Harvard Business School. He is an alumnus of Kamehameha Schools.
About Hawaii Gas
Hawaii Gas is Hawai‘i's only government-franchised, full-service gas company manufacturing and distributing gas in Hawai‘i. The company's market includes Hawaii’s approximately 1.4 million residents and nearly 8 million visitors. Hawaii Gas manufactures synthetic natural gas, or SNG, for its utility customers on O‘ahu, and distributes liquefied petroleum gas, or LPG (propane), to utility, tank and bottled gas customers throughout the state's six primary islands. Hawaii Gas is the first company to bring liquefied natural gas, or LNG, to Hawai‘i. It uses LNG as a backup fuel for its SNG distribution system. Hawaii Gas is a wholly owned indirect subsidiary of Macquarie Infrastructure Company. For additional information, please visit www.hawaiigas.com.