Jeanne Kloser appointed corporate controller of Coast Hotels USA

Coast Anabelle Hotel in Burbank, Calif. Photo credit: Coast Hotels USA

Coast Hotels USA appointed Jeanne Kloser as its new corporate controller. In her new position, Kloser will be responsible for overseeing the finances of the Coast Hotels USA brand, including working with its portfolio of owned, managed and franchised properties, as well as the finances of the brand’s development company, Coast Hospitality. Kloser plans on using her leadership and financial skills to drive team achievement and meet organizational goals.

Jeanne Kloser. Photo credit:
Coast Hotels USA

Kloser has been involved in finance and accounting in Seattle for more than 20 years, giving her a grasp of the area’s economic climate. She has qualifications in multiple areas, including human resources and payroll. Most recently she was the controller for Indigo Real Estate Services. She has held other positions as controller at companies like the Armco Group and the Claremont Hotel. Additionally, Kloser is a member of the Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants.

Kloser is a Seattle native with the bug for travel and exploration. She received her bachelor of arts in accounting from Seattle Pacific University and went on to earn her CPA as well. In her free time, Kloser enjoys gardening and trying new recipes inspired by her travels.


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Coast Hotels has owned, managed and franchised a unique collection of distinctive West Coast properties in the United States and Canada for more than 40 years. Current US properties are located in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California and Hawaii.

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