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Auberge Resorts named Craig T. Reid president and chief executive officer. Reid had been the president of hotel operations, Americas, at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, where he oversaw 40 properties.
Reid, a 30-year veteran of Four Seasons, will report to Auberge founder Mark Harmon.
"Craig Reid's experience, knowledge and relationships will be a game-changer for us," said Harmon in a statement. "His impressive career spanning all aspects of hotel development and management makes him exceptionally suited for this role."
At Four Seasons, Reid was responsible for implementing the strategic direction for Four Seasons hotels in Canada, the U.S. and Latin America. He became president of hotel operations, Americas, in 2011.
Founded in 1998 by the Harmon family, Auberge Resorts owns and operates a portfolio of hotels resorts and privage clubs, including its flagship in the Napa Valley, Auberge du Soleil
Sheraton Names Glick VP Global Brand Management
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts appointed Aaron Glick vice president of global brand management. Glick, a six-year Starwood Hotels & Resorts veteran, mostly recently served as director of Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) strategy and analytics in Asia Pacific.
He began his career at Starwood in 2007 as the director of global operations where he coordinated the company's integrated sales, marketing and revenue management. He also spent seven years in strategy and business development at the Walt Disney Company.
Carlson Names Pellegrin Senior Vice President of Corporate Development
Carlson appointed Tony Pellegrin senior vice president of corporate development, Carlson. He will report to Trudy Rautio, Carlson president and chief executive officer.
Pellegrin will be responsible for corporate development efforts and the strategic planning process. He will identify opportunities to drive growth and work closely with the presidents of Carlson business units.
Pellegrin joined Carlson from Supervalu Inc., a multi-channel retail grocery, supply chain services and third party logistics enterprise, where he held the position of vice president, corporate development. He also worked as general counsel of a global business unit of Honeywell International.
Wyndham Names Liu China Managing Director
Wyndham Hotel Group named Leo Liu to the newly created position of managing director for China. He will support the company's rapid growth in the country - Wyndham has more than 650 hotels in China - and be responsible for Wyndham's operations and development functions. He will also oversee cross-functional brand initiatives. Liu will be based in Shanghai. He will be based in the company's Shanghai offices.
He was formerly the founder and chief executive officer of ENVY Fine Art China. Prior to that, Liu was vice president, development strategy with Costa Crociere in Pacific Asia. He has served as Accor Group's managing director in China.
Club Med Names Renaud Account Director for Meetings Market
Club Med named Christel Renaud account director for meeting, incentive, and corporate event markets. Renaud will manage relationships with corporations, associations, meeting planners and incentive houses for the western U.S. He will also represent Club Med properties worldwide. She previously worked for Starwood in a variety of sales positions.
'Tween Waters Names Lai General Manager
'Tween Waters Inn Island Resort & Spa named John Lai general manager. Lai will oversee operations at Florida's Captiva Island resort and also be responsible for food and beverage, banquet and marina operations.
He most recently was general manger at Hyatt Place in Fort Myers. Lai has lived in southwest Florida for 27 years.
Silversea Appoints New Vice President of Marketing for the Americas
Silversea Cruises appointed Angela Composto as its new vice president of marketing for the Americas, reporting to Kristian Anderson, senior vice president of sales and general manager for North America.
She will be based in the Fort Lauderdale office. She has 20 years of experience in marketing management and promotion. Composto will oversee day-to-day marketing activities for the Americas, including the development, implementation and management of advertising, collateral, direct marketing and e-marketing programs.
Prior to joining Silversea, Composto was senior marketing communications director for Ryder System, Inc. Her past experience also includes positions with JM Family Enterprises, Costa Cruises and Renaissance Cruises.
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