Noble Investment Group has made promotions and new leadership appointments across its asset management, capital markets, communications, investment and investor relations teams.
Since the second quarter of last year, the company reports that it has completed more than $1.5 billion of investment activity and continues to expand the depth and breadth of its travel and hospitality investment platform. To support the firm’s continued growth, several team members have further enhanced their leadership within the organization, and the company has also added talent and leadership to new roles within the organization.
Dan Konzelmann has been promoted to senior director. He is responsible for executing strategies across Noble’s investment platform.
Renee Millett has been promoted to senior project director. She is responsible for managing value-add renovations and the management and execution of new development projects.
Emily Feeney has been promoted to director. She is responsible for financing new asset acquisitions, managing capital market relationships and asset dispositions.
Scarlett Reveron has been promoted to director. She is responsible for the firm’s internal and external communications and media relations.
Sydney Payne has been promoted to manager. She is responsible for the accounting, contract administration and coordination of project development initiatives.
Bo Zhang has been promoted to associate. He is responsible for information, data and analytics for the company’s asset management team and investment management strategies.
“I remain proud of these Noble leaders, who represent the outstanding depth and breadth of diverse talent we continue to develop in our organization,” said Mit Shah, CEO, Noble.
New roles and leadership additions
Jody Ward joins the company as a senior director. He is responsible for working with third-party management organizations and on-property leadership of Noble-owned assets. He has more than 20 years of hospitality industry experience, holding leadership roles with numerous hospitality management companies and hotel brands.
Ryan Maher joins as a senior director. He is responsible for the company’s extended-stay development strategy and build-to-core-to-sell new development opportunities. He has more than 17 years of hospitality development experience.
Michael Hall joins as a director. He is responsible for working with the company’s asset management team, the investment team and third-party management organizations during Noble’s acquisition and operational transition. He has more than 18 years of hospitality industry experience with revenue and asset management roles.
Nicolas Weatherford joins as a director. He is responsible for the company’s institutional investor relationship management. He has eight years of private equity, financial consulting, business development and investor relations experience.
Dillon Potter joins as an analyst. He is responsible for supporting Noble’s investment team in sourcing, underwriting and executing investment strategies.
“These appointments demonstrate our commitment to recruiting top talent as we continue to expand the depth and breadth of our hospitality investment strategies,” said Shah.