Aimbridge Hospitality Announces Promotion of Joe Isaac to Senior Vice President, Mergers & Acquisitions

The Newly Created Position Will Report Directly to Executive Chairman Dave Johnson

USA, Plano, Texas. January 26, 2021

Aimbridge Hospitality, the leading, global, third-party hotel management company, has promoted Joe Isaac to Senior Vice President, Mergers & Acquisitions, where he will be supporting the Office of the Executive Chairman, focusing on transformational growth including capital markets, mergers & acquisitions, and new business opportunities. He will serve as a strategic cross-functional business partner and be responsible for evaluating and reporting on mergers & acquisitions, underwriting, and deal structuring, leading due diligence, and supporting integration planning.

"I am excited to add Joe's support to our focus on new avenues of growth for Aimbridge," said Dave Johnson, Aimbridge Hospitality Executive Chairman. "Particularly during these dynamic times, we have many facets to our next phase of growth."

Isaac brings extensive accounting and finance acumen with him to the new role. He has been with Aimbridge for three years, most recently serving as Vice President, Financial Operations and Accounting Strategy, where he worked with owner relations and was a key contact for the Aimbridge Owners Advisory Council, among other things. Prior to Aimbridge, Isaac served as Chief Financial Officer of a mid-sized tech company.


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