PM Hotel Group announces key new hires

PM Hotel Group

PM Hotel Group announces key new hires

PM Hotel Group announces key new hires

PM Hotel Group, one of the nation’s leading hotel management companies, announces the addition of two executives to positions in business development and communications, as well as new hires in revenue management. As the company continues to see record growth in 2018, these hires mark PM Hotel Group’s commitment to continuing to add industry-leading talent with a focus on innovation, inclusion and strong financial performance.

Amish Naik joins PM Hotel Group as vice president, business development and owner relations. In this role, Amish will lead new business growth concentrating on the continued expansion of the portfolio’s footprint. His responsibilities include owner relations and working to develop new revenue streams with existing ownership groups. Amish brings impressive experience in hotel development, acquisitions and owner/franchisee relations. Most recently, he was vice president, franchise development strategy & operations for Choice Hotels International. Previously, Amish spent nearly a decade with Marriott International as vice president, owner & franchisee services.

Jennifer Diamond Haber joins PM Hotel Group in the newly created role of vice president, communications, where she leads corporate communications, public and media relations, as well as internal and associate communications. Jennifer brings experience both as an Emmy-award winner network news producer and as an agency executive with expertise in integrated marketing, social media, thought leadership and experiential activations.  A dedicated communications strategist, Jennifer is a natural storyteller with a track record of bringing brands to life. Previously, she was vice president at MSLGROUP with clients including Feld Entertainment, Emirates Airlines and PayPal. Earlier in her career, she was a network news producer for ABC, NBC and CBS News in New York.

“These newly created leadership roles illustrate our passion for building a best-in-class team that’s entrepreneurial and dedicated to creative thinking,” said Joseph Bojanowski, president, PM Hotel Group. “Developing a culture that’s collaborative and goal-oriented has positioned us well to attract top talent to support our robust pipeline of new projects.”

Adding to the PM Hotel Group’s revenue management team, Libbi Carlson has been named corporate director, revenue management. A results-driven hospitality professional, Libbi brings 20 years of experience in full- and select-service hotels. She has a proven ability to lead management strategies and optimize revenue. Libbi most recently served as Interstate Hotels & Resorts’ regional director of revenue management, responsible for a portfolio of 39 properties.

Raina Taillon joins PM Hotel Group as development manager focusing on the development of new specialty luxury and lifestyle projects. Raina’s previous experience includes four years at Hilton Worldwide as senior manager, luxury & corporate development, supporting the strategic growth of the Conrad and Waldorf Astoria brands across North America. A graduate of Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, Raina began her career at LaSalle Hotel Properties as a financial analyst.

About PM Hotel Group
PM Hotel Group is a Top 20, privately-owned hotel management company as ranked by Hotel Management magazine. Founded in 1996, the company is a preferred vendor operating full service and select service hotels in the Hilton, Marriott and IHG family of brands, as well as independent luxury properties. Based in Chevy Chase, Md., PM Hotel Group has participated in the development and acquisition/renovation of hotels with a market capitalization over $2 billion. To learn more visit www.pmhotelgroup.com.

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