Prior to joining Mandarin Oriental, Joanna spent 12 years at Google in general management and sales leadership roles, most recently as Managing Director – Global Partner Business, with responsibility for industry go-to-market and commercialisation for Googles media and technology partners in Asia Pacific.
As well as continuing in his role as General Manager of the Steigenberger Airport Hotel Amsterdam, Mr. Bruyn will now take charge of all Upscale hotels in the Netherlands. Erwin M. Bruyn will report to Denis Hüttig, who is heads the Upscale Segment in his capacity as President Steigenberger Business & Resorts, Jaz in the City.
Walia will oversee Marriott Internationals portfolio across the Middle East, as well as Egypt and Turkey, while Briet will lead the development and growth opportunities for Marriott International across Europe, the Middle East and Africa
He will lead AAHOAs Washington, D.C. office and join the associations Executive Leadership Team.
Most recently, Colette served as senior vice president, global commerce and distribution for the Americas with AMResorts, and previously, acted as vice president of global product development, Latin America, for Flight Centre Travel Group USA.
Brune Poirson began her career in London, within NESTA, the UK-based Innovation Foundation, subsequently moving to the French Development Agency, and the Veolia group in India, before working in a green start-up incubator in Boston. Brune Poirson, who is 38, is a graduate of the London School of Economics, Sciences Po Aix and Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: MTN) announced that Patricia Campbell, president of the Company's mountain division and pioneer in the ski industry, has made the decision to step down from her position and assume a new role as senior advisor to the Company's mountain division. As senior advisor, Campbell will focus on critical strategic projects and mentoring and developing the next generation of mountain leaders, including building broader gender and racial diversity within mountain operations.
Before joining Blaze, Reynolds served as chief operating officer of C3, an innovative restaurant group focused on off-premise growth where he led all operational business units for the rapidly growing company.
Most recently, Fredrik has been working in a position with global responsibility within human resources for mergers and acquisitions at Ericsson.
He was most recently with Remington Hotels where he led the companys digital marketing efforts and headed up all revenue responsibilities for the company's independent hotels.