Jim Alderman, Chief Executive Officer, Americas, for Radisson Hotel Group Joins the American Hotel & Lodging Association’s (AHLA) Board of Directors

USA, Minneapolis, Minnesota. January 25, 2021

Radisson Hotel Group announced Jim Alderman, chief executive officer, Americas, is joining the American Hotel & Lodging Association's (AHLA) Board of Directors. AHLA's Board represents leaders from all sectors of the lodging industry, including brands, owners and real estate investment trusts (REITs), management companies, independents, and state associations. Alderman will be part of vital discussions concerning a broad range of industry and association-related issues.

"It is an honor to join this remarkable organization and serve on the Board of Directors," said Alderman. "AHLA is a phenomenal advocate for our industry, working tirelessly to support all hotel owners especially during this time of crisis. I am excited to be a part of this exceptional group committed to making a difference through legislation, resources and relief programs, as all hotels play a vital role in driving our economy and are the heart of the communities they serve."

"I am pleased to welcome Jim to the AHLA Board," said Chip Rogers, president and CEO of AHLA. "We are grateful to members such as Jim who volunteer their time and energy to ensure that AHLA is successful and represents the hotel industry with one unified voice both in and outside Washington, D.C. After the most difficult year in our industry's history, it is more important than ever that we come together to underscore our role in building strong communities in every Congressional district. There's no doubt that Jim's leadership and experience will serve our industry well as we move our policy agenda forward."

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