Main Street Hospitality Group Appoints H. Jackson Donoyan as Vice President of Operations

USA, Stockbridge, Massachusetts. November 12, 2019

Sarah Eustis, CEO of Main Street Hospitality Group, announces the appointment of H. Jackson Donoyan as the vice president of operations for the growing hotel management company.

"It is a great pleasure to welcome Jackson Donoyan as the newest addition to Main Street Hospitality Group," said Eustis. "Jackson's proven leadership and expertise in the hospitality industry is a valuable addition to our team and we look forward to having him spearhead a number of key initiatives across Main Street's expanding portfolio of properties," she added.

As vice president of operations, Jackson will work closely with Eustis and Main Street's leadership team to oversee operations at each hotel property in the portfolio. In his new role, Jackson will focus on revenue generation, operational oversight, owner relations, talent development, and strategic growth. In addition, he is tasked with stabilization and development of the brand while also enhancing the overall guest experience and reinforcing brand standards.

Jackson brings a wealth of industry ingenuity to Main Street Hospitality Group including a background opening and operating newly constructed and renovated hotels. Most recently he was the general manager at NYLO Providence Warwick Hotel, Tapestry Collection by Hilton in Warwick, RI. Prior to that, he was a hospitality consultant in Boston, MA, and held positions as the director of food & beverage and director of operations/interim general manager at both the Liberty Hotel, A Starwood Luxury Collection Hotel, in Boston, MA, and Hotel Viking, A Noble House Hotel in Newport, RI.

"Jackson's understanding of the New England market is especially valuable as Main Street continues to grow, particularly with the spring opening of our properties in Newport and Providence, RI," said Eustis.

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