Paramount Hotel Group Announces Three Executive Level Promotions

USA, Fairfield, New Jersey. March 30, 2021

Paramount Hotel Group, a full-service third- party hotel management company, announced today that it has promoted three longtime team members to high level positions within the organization. Paramount Hotel Group President Ethan Kramer made the announcement.

The promotions include:

  • Alyssa Kickenweitz was promoted to the role of Vice President of Investment Analysis and Asset Management. Alyssa previously served as Operations and Acquisitions Analyst.
  • Jim Kubisky was promoted to the role of Vice President of Information Technology. Jim previously served as Manager of Information Technology.
  • Susan Matanin was promoted to the role of Controller. Susan previously served as Assistant Controller.

"Alyssa, Jim and Susan have been integral to the success of Paramount," said Kramer. "As the industry begins to recover from the challenges caused by Covid and we are exploring new opportunities to expand our portfolio of managed hotels, their roles will expand and they will be a key part of that process."


About Paramount Hotel Group

Media Contact:

David Hale
Vice President of Business Development
Paramount Hotel Group
T: +1 901-598-0488
E: dhale@paramounthotelgroup.com
W: http://www.paramounthotelgroup.com

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