News for the Hospitality Executive
BOSTON, MA (March 8, 2011) – Hyatt Regency Boston welcomes Kierie Heim as the newly appointed Director of Sales and Marketing. Heim stepped into her new role following the promotion of Kerry Schlaack, who is now overseeing the 1,096 room Hyatt Regency O’Hare as Director of Sales and Marketing.
Heim received her Bachelor of Science degree in hotel, restaurant and institutional management from Mercyhurst College. Heim’s Hyatt career started in 1998 at Hyatt Regency Oakbrook as a corporate management trainee for the sales department. After completing her CMT program in ‘99, Heim was promoted to sales service manager at Hyatt Regency O’Hare, where she later transitioned to meeting connections manager. In 2001 Heim was promoted to major market sales manager at Hyatt Regency Islandia in San Diego. After three years in San Diego, Heim transferred to Grand Hyatt New York where she held the title of senior sales manager, then associate director of sales.
Heim joins her new team in Boston, from Hyatt Regency Jersey City, where she held the position of director of sales. In 2010 Heim led her Jersey City sales team to 104% group production, exceeding the annual forecasted revenue by 10%, despite difficult economic times.
Hyatt Regency Boston’s sales team is looking forward to learning and growing under Heim’s leadership.
About Hyatt Regency Boston
Hyatt Regency Boston, situated in the heart of the city, provides luxurious accommodations and a prime location to experience everything Boston has to offer. This 498 room, newly renovated hotel, places you within walking distance to boutique shopping, numerous theatres, lively nightlife and many historic tourist attractions. Enjoy the hotel’s extensive, 24-hour fitness center featuring an indoor swimming pool, eucalyptus steam room, sauna and therapeutic massage services. Spectacular views, convenient location and unparalleled service make Hyatt Regency Boston the perfect hotel for any occasion.
Hyatt Regency Boston
Lodging Trust Acquires the 498-room Hyatt Regency Boston for $112
million, or Approximately $225,000 per Key; Hyatt Continues as Operator
|Hyatt Regency Boston Completes $10.5 Million Renovation; Incorporates Green Initiatives Into Renovation / April 2005|
|David Nadelman, General Manager and Irby Morvant, Director of Sales and Marketing of the new Hyatt Regency Boston Financial District / June 2003|