Industry Update
Appointment22 February 2013

Tom Galle

Appointed President
At Donohoe Hospitality in Washington - DC, USA

Tom GalleGalle fills the position previously held by Chris Bruch, who has been promoted to President and Chief Operating Officer of The Donohoe Companies, Inc. Tom Galle has deep roots in the hotel industry, with 34 years of experience. Before joining DHS, Galle was Vice President, Lodging Development at Marriott International. He spent the past 27 years at Marriott where he was involved with launching a new hotel brand, multi-unit franchise operations, and the development and oversight of corporate and third party Marriott hotels throughout the mid-Atlantic region of the US. At DHS, Galle will be responsible for overseeing the Company’s portfolio of 11 full-service and focused-service hotels under the Marriott, Hilton and Intercontinental Hotels Group brands, as well as new hotel development. Galle’s brand, operations, and development background combined with extensive industry experience make him the ideal candidate to lead DHS.
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School of Hotel Administration at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business

Tom Galle is a graduate of School of Hotel Administration at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business in Ithaca, New York - United States
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