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Ceri Ittensohn Appointed Vice President Human Resources, 
Asia Pacific, InterContinental Hotels Group
Singapore, December 19, 2003 – InterContinental Hotels Group announces the appointment of Ms Ceri Ittensohn as Vice President Human Resources, Asia Pacific. Reporting directly to Mr A. Patrick Imbardelli, Managing Director Asia Pacific, she will be responsible for developing and implementing key Human Resources initiatives across Asia Pacific and will also be working closely with the management team to drive change management support.

Prior to this promotion, Ms Ittensohn was Director of Training & Human Resource Development, Asia Pacific. She is taking on the new portfolio from Mr John Cameron, who has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Europe, Middle East and Africa, based in London.

Ms Ittensohn has made significant contributions to the InterContinental Hotels Group with her wealth of professional knowledge and in-depth industry experience in Human Resources. She was pivotal in implementing the Quality Leadership Programme within the Group as well as providing quality organisation development and employee enhancement programmes in Asia Pacific.

She previously also headed Human Resources for the SPHC group, which was acquired by InterContinental Hotels Group (then Six Continents Hotels) in 2000. During her 13 years at SPHC, she held several senior managerial positions in various human resources functions, developing innovative strategies to support the group’s business objectives. 

InterContinental Hotels Group PLC of the United Kingdom [LON:IHG, NYSE:IHG (ADRs)], owns, manages, leases or franchises more than 3,300 hotels and 515,000 guest rooms in nearly 100 countries and territories around the world.


InterContinental Hotels Group
Joanna Ong
Tel: (65) 6395 6074
Also See: Steven Hicks Named General Manager of InterContinental Singapore, Continues as Regional Vice President for Operations / September 2003
Global Update: Who’s Where and Doing / December 2003 

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