Cherie Tsukamoto Selected as One of PBN’s “Women Who Mean Business”

We are thrilled to celebrate our Broker-In-Charge, Cherie Tsukamoto, as one of Pacific Business Newsʻ 2023 Women Who Mean Business honorees. The annual awards recognize women who excel in both business and community leadership in Hawaii. This is a well-deserved honor!  

Hawaii Life is incredibly proud to have Cherie on our team. Her exemplary leadership, dedication, and passion have been an inspiration to our company and the community. Cherie exemplifies our Hawai‘i Life Modus Operandi, aka The Hawai’i Life Style.

The ceremony for all award honorees was held on March 30, 2023 at The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort, in Waikiki. It was an incredible event celebrating Cherie and all of the Women Who Mean Business who have made a meaningful impact on their business and community.

Congratulations, Cherie, on these well-deserved accolades! We are grateful for your leadership and look forward to your continued success!

Excerpt from the Pacific Business News article featuring the Women Who Mean Business 2023 Honorees:

Cherie Tsukamoto

Broker-in-Charge, Hawaii Life

Tsukamoto credits her success to continuing to improve herself within the Hawaii Life brokerage, with the Honolulu Board of Realtors agent community, and within her church community. She leads at work by mentoring, coaching and inspiring her agents, as well as providing education and training; and in the communities she serves, in various industries and leadership trainings.

What was your biggest accomplishment last year? Any worthy accomplishment is usually the result of a series of choices and disciplines over a period of many years. This year, I received the Marcus Nishikawa Education and Professional Achievement Award, which recognizes volunteerism, participation and the exemplification of personal and professional traits within our industry. It was an honor and the result of a great deal of investment of time, but truly only possible because I had such wonderful mentors and supporters along the way.

Read the Pacific Business News Full article here.

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Beth Thoma Robinson, R(B)

April 3, 2023

Cherie definitely deserves this award and it was so much fun to be a part of the event. I’m not sure any other honoree had two tables full of cheering fans!


April 3, 2023

Congratulations, Cherie! ❤️🙌🏼🥳

Sharon Reamer

April 6, 2023

Congratulations, Cherie! I’ll be seeing you in 2-3 months! Woo hoo!

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