ATLANTA, Georgia – There are no glass ceilings at NYLO Hotels, so women broke through the soaring glass window walls to take all the top slots at the brand’s first property in the Northeast.
The loft-style hotel, NYLO Providence/Warwick, opens in early August with all women in management’s upper echelons. They are: Christine Nevers, general manager; Mari Palace, director of sales and marketing; Maggie Longo, food and beverage director; Susan Shaw, accounting manager; Angela Sabino, front office manager; Noris Castillo, property operations manager; and Sue Gallogly, sales manager.
“Our hiring culture is one of diversity and inclusion,” says John Russell, CEO, NYLO Hotels. “Hiring all women managers was pure coincidence. NYLO looks for the best of class for all positions. Now we’re extremely fortunate to have such a highly-experienced and motivated senior staff for the launch of our brand in the Northeast.”
“With their wealth of talent, experience and knowledge of the local market, these women will set the bar for success at each of our future properties,” notes Patrick O’Neil, NYLO’s executive vice president of operations. “As senior executives, they will play a integral role in the inception of the NYLO brand. The teams they in turn assemble will form a group of potential managers to grow with the hotel and the brand.”