LWH Hotels Adds Three to Staff

From left to right: Kim Dinsmoor, Martha Sullivan and Andrew Kidde

LWH Hotels has added three new members to its team. Kim Dinsmoor joins LWH Hotels as the vice president of hotel representation development, Andrew Kidde joins as director of global group and incentive sales and Martha Sullivan joins as director of global travel industry sales.

“We are delighted to welcome Kim, Andrew, and Martha to the LWH Hotels family,” said Efrem Harkham, chairman and founder of LWH Hotels.  “All come to LWH Hotels with deep hospitality experience reaped from the many years they have worked at top hotels, globally.  We know they will each play an intrinsic role in maximizing our global business strategies as well as supporting our efforts to increase our member’s sales revenues.”

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Dinsmoor has 23 years of hospitality experience, most recently serving as managing director of Maverick Hospitality Management where he consulted many premiere hotel groups and resorts with development, financial, and marketing services.  Dinsmoor worked with numerous four and five-star properties throughout his career, including The Jefferson Hotel in Washington, D.C., The Drake in Chicago, IL, and The Peabody in Memphis, TN.

Kidde is a top sales and marketing director in the hospitality field, with over 20 years of experience with Walt Disney Resorts, Starwood and Hilton Hotels, and 15 years of experience with large convention group hotels.  Most recently, Kidde was director of sales and marketing with Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown, where he successfully increased group revenue production for the property.

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Sullivan works with LWH Hotels’ corporate team focusing on leisure and business travel, corresponding with vacation and corporate travel agents as well as corporate travel managers. Sullivan has over 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry, working in sales and marketing for many iconic Los Angeles hotels, such as Four Seasons Los Angeles in Beverly Hills, Shutters on the Beach and Hotel Casa Del Mar, and the Mosaic Hotel and Maison.

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