DH Hospitality appoints Janet Harrington to COO

DH Hospitality appointed Janet Harrington to the position of COO.

In her newly created position, Harrington will oversee operations for all three-business units in order to streamline processes and ensure quality customer service for DH Hospitality Group, Global Sustainability Solutions and DH Global Logistics. She will also be instrumental in the planning strategy and growth for each business unit.

“Janet brings with her an extensive background that includes more than 25 years in the design, development and procurement areas of the hospitality market segment. She will be a vital addition to our businesses and serve as a catalyst to the continued growth and expansion of our companies footprint,” said Scott Hillig, founder and CEO for the DH companies.

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Prior to this appointment, Harrington was responsible for leading the design, development and procurement for WPM Construction, a full-service and privately held real estate development company serving the hospitality and apartment markets.

"I am excited to offer my extensive knowledge and experience in the hospitality industry, whether from hotel brands, owners, developers or the operations perspective, and even more thrilled at all the possibilities that lie in the future growth of these three companies," Harrington said.

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