Radisson Hotel Group names VP of revenue operations for Americas

This latest Radisson Red property is the second United States location following the 2016 opening of Red in Minneapolis and ahead of the third opening in Miami in 2019.
Jennifer Schneider will oversee revenue-optimization strategy for Radisson Hotel Group's properties in the Americas, including the Radisson Red Portland (Ore.) Downtown. Photo credit: Radisson Hotel Group

Radisson Hotel Group has appointed Jennifer Schneider VP of revenue optimization for the Americas. In her new position, she will play a leading role in optimizing the performance of the revenue-management system IDeaS G3 across the company’s hotels in the region. She will oversee the company’s revenue-optimization strategy, services and systems teams.

Before coming to Radisson Hotel Group, Schneider worked as senior director of revenue management service operations at Wyndham Hotels & Resorts. There, she led a team of more than 80 franchise revenue-management team members and grew the company’s revenue-management program to service more than 900 hotels. Additionally, she oversaw the development and re-engineering of its revenue tools and technologies for more than 6,000 North American properties.

Before Wyndham, Schneider worked as director of revenue management for hotels with Grand Hospitality, Omni Hotels & Resorts and Hyatt Hotels Corp.

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“We are thrilled to welcome Jennifer to our team,” Kristen Richter, Radisson Hotel Group’s SVP and chief commercial officer for the Americas, said in a statement. “Her 25 years of experience in the hospitality and travel industries make her an incredible asset in developing strategic revenue initiatives to drive the growth of Radisson Hotel Group.”

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