Officials of The Dow Hotel Company (DHC), a leading national hotel owner/investor and operator, today named Jackie Lee vice-president of hotel investments. In her new role, Lee will be responsible for helping grow DHC's portfolio of large-size, first-class, full-service hotels through smaller, boutique, independent properties.
Prior to joining DHC, Lee held a number of increasingly important roles with Interstate Hotels & Resorts, culminating with vice-president of hotel investments. In that position, she played a strategic role for direct management of the company's U.S. hotel portfolio. While there, she also served as vice-president of strategic growth and corporate communications director/special assistant to the board for the company's Shanghai division. Lee also has worked for Aramark and United Nations Catering. She received her Bachelor of Science from Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration and her executive MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
The Dow Hotel Company, headquartered in Seattle, is a hotel owner/investor and operator of 10 first-class, full-service hotels throughout the United States. The company's portfolio of owned and managed properties is comprised of institutional grade hotels, under such brands as Marriott, Hilton, Embassy Suites, Sheraton, Crowne Plaza, and Doubletree.
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