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Adrienne Weil is vice president of strategic partnerships and business development at the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA). Weil is responsible for the design and implementation of a comprehensive growth strategy to stimulate incremental growth in AHLA’s premier partner program. 
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AHLA Spotlight: Joanna Todd Shares How Amazon Web Services Is Working With Hotels to...

Joanna Todd, head of worldwide business development—accommodations and lodging for Amazon Web Services (AWS), has held various leadership roles in the hotel industry, most recently as the head of global partnerships and strategic alliances...

Shaping the Future of the Travel Industry: A Conversation with Emily Weiss

Emily Weiss, global travel industry sector lead for Accenture, recently shared with Adrienne Weil, vice president of strategic partnerships and business development for the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA), key trends that Accenture...
Barbara Sharnak Relay

Relay’s Barbara Sharnak on Innovating Hospitality Communications

Barbara Sharnak is the senior director of brand and product marketing at Relay, the communications disruptor known for displacing traditional walkie-talkies. Relay is establishing a benchmark for the next technological revolution that focuses on...
Enseo Vanessa Ogle

Enseo’s Vanessa Ogle on Adapting and Innovating in Hospitality

For the past two decades, Enseo, a technology services company that provides solutions for hospitality businesses and beyond, has focused on innovation to respond to the needs of both hoteliers and their guests. Most...
JJ Steeley, Carbon Lighthouse

JJ Steeley of Carbon Lighthouse on Positioning Hotels for Recovery and an Energy-Efficient Future

Throughout this year’s slowdowns, hoteliers have taken time to reevaluate their operations, considering technology and protocols that could help ensure the health of their employees, guests, and bottom line. JJ Steeley—executive vice president of...
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