Five Key Takeaways | 2015 NYU International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference

Encouraging news about hotel demand, investment, and new supply inspires optimism at this year’s hospitality conference.

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As the HVS leader for the Heartland region, Dan McCoy, MAI, oversees the firm's St. Louis, Nashville, and Omaha offices. A Managing Director and Senior Partner at HVS, Dan is a recognized thought-leader, collaborative advisor, and invaluable resource for the Heartland's lodging industry. He combines a deep understanding of regional hotel markets with strong analytical thinking to provide a wide variety of clients with up-to-date hospitality intelligence and tailor-made solutions. Dan is a Designated Member of the Appraisal Institute (MAI) and a certified general appraiser. Contact Dan at +1 (970) 215-0620 or [email protected].
Sara Olson, MAI is a Director and oversees HVS Omaha, overseeing portfolios, major consulting assignments, valuations, market studies and feasibility studies for our valued clients. Sara earned her bachelor's degree in Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management and a minor in Real Estate from the University of Denver. Her prior hospitality-related experience includes front-line work and sales-focused internships at full-service hotels in Colorado and Nebraska. Contact Sara at +1 (402) 690-0407 or [email protected].
Dorothy Jennings is Executive Vice President of HVS. In her role as Conference Coordinator of the NYU Hospitality Conference, she works closely with its Chair, Jon Tisch, as well as the Executive Planning Committee in formulating the agenda for this prestigious event. This year, she raised close to $2Million in sponsorship contributions that will be directed toward academic initiatives, internships and scholarships for students of the Tisch Center of NYU. The school recently named a room after her in their new building.

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