Lindsey Chang Joins McNeill Hotel Company as Vice President of Acquisitions and Capital Markets

USA, Germantown, Tennessee. March 22, 2022

McNeill Hotel Company, a nationally-recognized hotel owner, developer, and manager, announced today that it has hired accomplished industry executive Lindsey Chang to serve as the company's Vice President of Acquisitions and Capital Markets. Mark Ricketts, President and Chief Operating Officer, made the announcement.

As VP of Acquisitions and Capital Markets, Lindsey will be leading the company's acquisition efforts and working to raise both debt and equity capital on behalf of McNeill Hotel Company.

Prior to joining McNeill, Lindsey served as Senior Vice President at RobertDouglas, a national hospitality investment banking platform, where she provided capital solutions through debt and equity structuring and investment sales for lodging and specialty leisure properties, portfolios, and companies throughout the Americas in excess of $2.5 billion. Prior to her time at RobertDouglas, she served as a financial analyst in Wells Fargo's Hospitality Finance Group.

"We are delighted to welcome Lindsey Chang to our Corporate Team as Vice President of Acquisitions and Capital Markets," said Ricketts. "Lindsey is joining us from boutique, hospitality-focused, investment banking firm RobertDouglas where she was instrumental in raising billions of dollars of debt and equity capital on behalf of public and private clients."

Lindsey attended Cornell University, where she received a B.S. degree in Hospitality Administration and Management.

Lindsey Chang , Vice President of Acquisitions and Capital Markets, RobertDouglas

About McNeill Investment Group

Business Contact:

Mark Ricketts
President & Chief Operating Officer
McNeill Hotel Company
T: +1 901-322-4806
E: [email protected]

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