Marcus & Millichap appoints Georgia Krewson to associate director of its National Hospitality Group

Marcus & Millichap appointed Georgia Krewson to associate director of its National Hospitality Group (NHG) in Nashville, Tenn., according to Gregory A. LaBerge, the NHG’s national director.

In her new post, Krewson will focus on the disposition of hospitality investment properties on behalf of clients as part of Marcus & Millichap’s newly formed Nashville hospitality team led by 20-year industry veteran Wes Tiner and commercial real estate investment sales professional Paul Blackburn.

Prior to joining Marcus & Millichap, Krewson spent nearly three decades with Hilton Worldwide in Memphis, most recently as senior director, owner support, for Hilton’s Hampton Hotel brand. In that role, she developed strategies and managed support systems for more than 1,200 owners and management companies. Krewson has also been a senior director, Hampton Hotel performance support, where she led a team of 35 professional consultants supporting the performance of 1,500-plus hotels. She was also a senior director, Hampton brand sales and revenue integration, and regional director, Hampton Hotel performance support.

FREE DAILY NEWSLETTER

Like this story? Subscribe to Operations & Technology!

Hospitality professionals turn to Operations & Technology as their go-to source for breaking news on guestrooms, food & beverage, hospitality and technology trends, management and more. Sign up today to get news and updates delivered to your inbox daily and read on the go.

Krewson holds an associate’s degree in business management from Midlands Technical College in Columbia, S.C.

Suggested Articles

Meliá Hotels International's Gabriel Escarrer discusses the group's work to become more environmentally friendly.

The Balearic Islands have passed a bill which limits the sale and promotion of alcohol in certain tourist-heavy areas.

The S.C.-based restaurant group picked hospitality veteran Larry Spelts to lead its new hotel management and consulting division.