The Grand Summit Hotel Appoints Rooms Division Manager

USA, Summit, New Jersey. September 17, 2019

The Grand Summit Hotel, a historic hotel serving the greater New York area, has appointed Camille Rochille-Shea Grant as rooms division manager, a new role that oversees the front office, housekeeping and maintenance departments and is responsible for hiring and training new employees and monitoring the ongoing performance of those teams.

She previously was front office manager at the 100-room Watt Hotel Rahway in New Jersey, which she joined in September 2017, charged with training all front-office employees, conducting daily inspections, managing payroll and invoices, responding to social media and serving as manager on duty.

Earlier in her career, Grant was general manager of the Residence Inn Woodbridge Edison/Raritan Center in Woodbridge, New Jersey, general manager of the Extended Stay America Hotel Piscataway-Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey, and front desk manager at the Comfort Suites Avenel/Woodbridge in Avenel, New Jersey.

She also was front desk manager of the Wyndham Garden/Baymont Inn & Suites in Atlanta, front desk supervisor at the Courtyard Ewing/Hopewell in Ewing, New Jersey, front office manager at the Clarion Hotel Atlanta Airport, front desk agent at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis and front desk agent and sales coordinator at the Courtyard Mount Laurel in New Jersey.

Grant studied marketing and business management at Johnson & Wales University, Providence, Rhode Island, and earned a travel and tourism diploma at the Executive Travel Institute, Atlanta.


Camille Grant, The Grand Summit Hotel
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