TORONTO—Delta Hotels and Resorts announced a newly expanded leadership team in June. The newly created roles in technology, marketing, legal and asset management will support Delta’s extensive brand repositioning.
Yu Jin has been named vice president of technology and chief information officer. Jin has more than 16 years of global leadership experience, has implemented enterprise systems in a variety of functional areas and has overseen IT operations, most recently with Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts where she was vice president of information technology.
Charles McKee has been named vice president of marketing. McKee was most recently the vice president, international at the Canadian Tourism Commission where he oversaw all marketing and sales activities in its core and emerging markets. He also worked as vice president, marketing for Air Canada, during a crucial phase in the airline’s transformation.
Beth Gearing has been named vice president, legal. Before joining Delta, Gearing was a partner of Blakes in Toronto, where she practiced business law for more than 20 years. Gearing is familiar with the Delta brand having worked directly on various Delta projects while at Blakes.
Marianne Duguay has been appointed vice president, asset management. Duguay rejoins Delta after a year with Fairmont Raffles Hotels International as executive director hotel analysis. Prior to her role with Delta as director, asset management, Duguay was a leader at SITQ where she was responsible for the financial performance, investment management and value enhancement for a 17-property portfolio of Fairmont and Westin Hotels.