CHMWarnick appoints Maxine Taylor as senior vice president
With more than 25 years of hospitality experience, Ms. Taylor has worked with some of the most respected industry names and holds high honors and recognition in significant hospitality circles.
Most recently, Ms. Taylor served as Hospitality Asset Management Association (HAMA) international chair, was named their vice president for 2017 and remains an active speaker at top industry events.
Prior to rejoining CHMW, Ms. Taylor held the positions of executive vice president of asset management at Chartres Lodging Group and vice president of asset management at Capital Hotel Management.
Ms. Taylor also worked with Horwath Landauer Hospitality Consulting, as well as with The Ritz-Carlton hotels in Florida and Georgia and was a professor of hospitality management at Edison Community College.
Other industry affiliations include the Starwood Owners Advisory Council, the Association of Sheraton Franchisees of North America (ASFONA) and the Consumer Innovation Forum (CIF).
Ms. Taylor received her master’s in Hospitality Management from Florida International University in Miami and is a Certified Hotel Administrator (CHA). ■
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