Kalyan Hospitality Welcomes Tiffney Liso!

USA, Richmond, Virginia. August 17, 2020

Kalyan Hospitality welcomes Tiffney Liso as the new Corporate Director of Revenue Management. Tiffney has over 20 years' experience in the hospitality industry and started her journey as a PBX operator. Over the years, she has served in many operational rolls such as Front Desk Associate, Front Office Manager, Assistant General Manager, and General Manager. After several years in operations, Tiffney made the transition into the Sales Department. While fulfilling a role of Area Director of Sales, she was named the Sales Leader of the Year in 2010. After many years in Sales, Tiffney accepted a role in Revenue Management and fell in love with yet another discipline within our beloved industry. Since that time, she has provided guidance and advice, helping several hotel portfolios achieve optimal growth.

Tiffney's roll with Kalyan Hospitality is to provide Revenue Management support to Kalyan Hospitality's entire group of hotels.

For a list of Kalyan Hotels, please visit www.kalyanhospitality.com

Contact Info:

t.liso@kalyanhospitality.com

804-387-2987


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Tags: grandopening, revenue management

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