Domio appoints 2 hotel veterans to C-suite

Boutique and apartment-hotel brand Domio offers listings across the United States. Photo credit: Domio (Domio Philadelphia)
Jim Mrha. Photo credit: Domio

New York-based boutique and apartment-hotel brand Domio has appointed two hospitality veterans to its C-suite in recent weeks.

Earlier this month, Domio revealed it had tapped Jim Mrha as chief financial officer. Mrha, who brings more than 30 years of finance experience to his new position, most recently led Americas operations finance at Hilton. Before that, he spent five years as the CFO of MGM Hospitality and more than 25 years at Marriott International. As CFO, Mrha will provide strategic leadership on all financial and business aspects of Domio, with an eye toward increasing profitability and growth.

"Jim brings decades of financial experience with some of the biggest players in hospitality and we're thrilled to have him hit the ground running and contribute to the ongoing success of Domio,” Jay Roberts, CEO/co-founder of Domio, said in a statement.

This week, Domio revealed it had named Calvin Anderson chief commercial officer. Anderson brings 10 years of experience at technology and lodging companies to his new position. Most recently, he was a founding member of Oyo U.S., where he served as head of commercial, North America. Before that, he oversaw revenue optimization for 1,400 hotels at RLH Corp. Earlier in his career, Anderson held roles at Duetto, Hilton and Highgate Hotels. As chief commercial officer, Anderson will oversee and manage all commercial efforts for Domio, including revenue management, sales, performance marketing, distribution, data and technology architecture and dynamic pricing systems for the company's growing property portfolio.