Interstate Appoints Carrie McIntyre as CFO

mcintyreARLINGTON, Va.—Interstate Hotels and Resorts, a U.S.-based global hotel management company, announced the appointment of Carrie McIntyre as chief financial officer. Most recently serving as the company’s executive vice president and treasurer, McIntyre’s new position reports directly to the chief executive officer and encompasses the oversight of corporate and hotel accounting, treasury, tax, financial planning and analysis, asset management, internal audit and risk management functions.

“Interstate’s extensive and talented bench strength translates directly into the Company’s success, and individuals like Carrie McIntyre are incredible examples of the Company’s emphasis on associate development, growth and retention. Our strength lies within our talent community,” noted Interstate Chief Executive Officer, Jim Abrahamson. “Carrie’s outstanding performance and quick ascent to Chief Financial Officer is proof of her depth of industry and financial knowledge and leadership, and we’re looking forward to seeing her assume this larger, more strategic role that will directly affect Interstate’s long-term growth.”

Throughout her nearly 12-year tenure in the hospitality segment, she has acquired leadership experience with finance, strategic financial planning and analysis, investor relations and risk management. McIntyre’s most recent role with Interstate as executive vice president and treasurer included oversight of the Company’s accounting, treasury, tax and internal audit, budgeting and analysis, risk management functions, all capital market activities, and maintaining bank institution relationships across the world. Early in her career, McIntyre worked in corporate controller and senior accountant positions for a technology company and accounting firm, leading to her position as vice president and corporate controller at MeriStar Hotels and Resorts.

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