Margaret McMahon Joins WATG

Margaret McMahon, the former managing director of Wilson Associates' New York office, has joined WATG in a senior leadership role and will be responsible for managing and growing the firm's interior design practice.

"Margaret's industry experience and creative genius make her a superb addition to our strong interiors team and will further cement WATG's reputation as the premier global hospitality design firm," said Mike Seyle, WATG president andf CEO.

McMahon has over 25 years of interior design experience with a portfolio of international hospitality work, including the InterContinental The Barclay in New York City; the Four Seasons Hotel Cairo, Egypt; the Fairmont Monte Carlo in Monaco; and The Ritz-Carlton, Grande Lakes, in Orlando, Florida.

McMahon is a former president of the Greater New York Chapter of Network of Executive Women in Hospitality (NEWH). She will be based in New York commencing May 2 and be reached at [email protected].


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