Marriott International (NYSE/MAR) has appointed seven new vice presidents in its international operations, announced Ed Fuller, president and managing director for Marriott`s international operations.
Paul Cerula, who has been named senior vice president Ð sales, international lodging. He is responsible for Marriott International`s lodging sales organization and market sales strategies in 53 countries outside of the U.S. and Canada.
Scott Neumayer, who has been appointed senior vice president Ð operations, international lodging. Neumayer is responsible for the operations at the more than 240 Marriott International hotels outside of the U.S. and Canada.
Paul Malcom, who has been advanced to regional vice president Ð sales and marketing for continental Europe. He replaces Cerula.
Steve Glen, who has been named regional vice president Ð operations for the Asia-Pacific Region, where he is responsible for the operations of all of Marriott International`s hotels in the region. He replaces Neumayer.
Jo Ann Cordary, who has been advanced to vice president Ð revenue management, international lodging. In this position, she is responsible for Marriott`s revenue management, reservation sales, pricing and positioning and relating training programs for all of Marriott`s hotels outside of the U.S. and Canada.
Katie Koehler, who has been appointed regional vice president Ð human resources for the Caribbean, Bermuda, Latin America Region.
Manuel Ovies, who has been named area vice president for Central America and general manager of Marriott`s hotels in Costa Rica. Marriott International currently operates the Costa Rica Marriott Hotel in San Jose and has a second hotel under construction in Costa Rica which will open late next year at Los Sue-os on the Pacific Coast.
“We are extremely pleased to announce these seven appointments,” said Fuller. “All these men and women have contributed immeasurably to the success we have achieved thus far in our worldwide expansion program and bring a wealth of company and industry knowledge to their positions. They will all play important roles in helping us reach our next level of growth.”