Planning a meeting – no matter how big or small – is never easy. But when you have a team on your side, ready to help you find the best venues and services, optimizing value and maximizing efficiency, it becomes infinitely more manageable. Working with our Global Sales directors, planners get a single point of contact to accelerate the planning process and book venues easily.
Each Global Sales director takes the time to understand the full scope and objective of your unique situation before presenting a selection of meeting experiences. By leveraging the resources of the entire Destination Hotels collection and having intimate knowledge of the strengths of each property, directors and planners can focus on the most important measure of a meeting’s success – its content and results. Additionally, directors provide timely updates concerning new properties joining the portfolio, recent property enhancements, special promotions, and current offers and value dates.
Find a Global Sales director for your region below. We look forward to working with you on creating a truly unforgettable event.
Julie is active in the Wild Horse Preservation League of the United States, Equine Rescue League of the United States, Great Pyrenees Rescue of the US, and works very closely with the Battered Women’s Task Force in Northern Virginia.
Julie has been married to Alfred Baniowski for 40 years; she has 3 children, Rachael, Aaron and Ariel. Julie resides in Northern Virginia with her husband, 3 horses and 5 dogs!
After graduating from the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Communications Studies degree, Kathie decided to shed the Canadian cold for sunny Southern California. She then traversed the United States, but is now back in Southern California Wine Country of Temecula. Weekends and summertime are made for enjoying hiking, biking, horseback riding and heading to the beach. Kathie resides with her daughter and animals, and is heavily involved in the Villa Chardonnay Horse Rescue.
Leslie loves to travel to new places around the word and spend time at her new house in Miami with her husband, Frank, and two dogs.
Armel has always had a passion for art since winning the “Blue Ribbon” prize for a Walrus drawing he did in the 1st grade and “Minored” in art history in college. He has kept this passion alive by becoming an avid art collector and can be seen at art auctions and galleries in the Bay Area on most weekends. Please visit his LinkedIn page for more information on Armel.