Round Hill Hotel and Villas in Jamaica Names New Managers

Round Hill Hotel and Villas recently named Nikeshia Clark sales and marketing manager.

Round Hill Hotel and Villas, a tropical hillside resort located just outside of Montego BayJamaica, recently announced the appointment of Nikeshia Clarke as sales and marketing manager and Keniesha Clarke as wedding and event planner.

Clarke has been a vital part of the Round Hill team since 2013, starting as a sales coordinator before her recent promotion to sales and marketing manager. 

Nikeshia previously supported the catering sales manager and excelled in the planning, organizing and execution of wedding and incentive group-related events. In her new role, she will be regularly connecting with travel partners, conceptualizing and implementing sales and marketing strategies and helping to manage Round Hill’s brand. Her experience and familiarity of the property will ensure that Round Hill continues to offer outstanding service to both travel partners and resort guests.

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Meanwhile, Keniseha Clarke will work to support the catering sales manager to nurture the hotel’s signature weddings and events by providing personalized, one-on-one service and guidance to Round Hill’s current and prospective clients. 

Her previous experience as a wedding and events specialist at a locally-based event company, Mooi Creations, coupled with her certificate in events management from the University of the West Indies make Keniesha the ideal candidate for this role

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