Marriott Organizational Structure in 2024

Marriott Organizational Structure in 2024

July 10, 2024

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Stephanie Linnartz, former President of Marriott, moves to Under Armour
Stephanie Linnartz CEO Under Armour
Marriott International, Inc. has recently unveiled significant updates to its organizational framework and key executive appointments. This strategic restructuring is aimed at harnessing the wealth of leadership talent within the company and propelling its growth initiatives. These developments come in the wake of Stephanie Linnartz's announcement last December, in which she revealed her plans to step down from her role as Marriott's president on February 24. Linnartz is set to take on the role of president and CEO at Under Armour, a sports equipment company based in Baltimore.

Anthony Capuano takes the helm as Marriott's new CEO
Anthony Capuano CEO MarriottThe succession race for the CEO position was a closely watched affair following the unfortunate passing of Arne Sorenson in 2021, who succumbed to cancer. Ultimately, Anthony Capuano emerged as the chosen successor.Capuano expressed the significance of Marriott's size and scale, particularly in light of the promising opportunities on the horizon. He emphasized the importance of adapting the leadership team to enhance agility and effectiveness in executing strategies that benefit Marriott's global customers, associates, owners, and franchisees.

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Drew Pinto is the new EVP & CTO at Marriott

Drew Pinto Marriott EVP & CTO

Drew Pinto, who has dedicated nearly two decades of his career to Marriott, assumes the role of executive vice president and chief revenue & technology officer. Pinto will be responsible for overseeing various critical areas, including sales, revenue management, distribution channels, digital solutions, and information technology, all under Capuano's guidance. Capuano praised Pinto's leadership as ideal for driving innovation and scaling vital capabilities.

Peggy Fang Roe is the new EVP and Chief Customer Officer

Peggy Fang Roe Marriott Chief Customer Officer

Another key appointment is Peggy Fang Roe, now executive vice president and chief customer officer. She is tasked with shaping and executing essential aspects of Marriott's global consumer strategy. This includes evolving the brand portfolio, enhancing the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program, and crafting end-to-end customer experiences by leveraging data, artificial intelligence, and innovation to fuel future growth.

Tina Edmundson is the new President of the Luxury Division

Tina Edmundson Marriott President of Luxury Division

Tina Edmundson, a veteran within the group, assumes the role of president of the luxury division. With a diverse portfolio of approximately 500 luxury properties, Marriott is keen on delivering holistic and aspirational experiences to travelers as the world emerges from the pandemic.

 

Yibing Mao named President of Marriott China

Yibing Mao President of Marriott China

In a move to reinforce its presence in the Asia Pacific region, Marriott welcomes Yibing Mao back to the fold. A seasoned Marriott professional with 24 years of experience, Mao takes on the role of president of Greater China. Her return follows a career that saw her hold increasingly influential positions until her departure as senior vice president and chief legal counsel for Asia Pacific in 2020.

Other Marriott International Executive Moves and Changes 

Beyond the United States, Marriott boasts a robust pipeline of nearly 280,000 rooms. Under the revised structure, the continent presidents at Marriott will report directly to Capuano. These presidents encompass Satya Anand, president of Europe, the Middle East & Africa; Brian King, president of the Caribbean & Latin America; Raj Menon, president of Asia Pacific Excluding China; and Yibing Mao, president of Greater China. Liam Brown, group president of the U.S. and Canada, will continue to report to Capuano.

Leeny Oberg Driving Growth in 30 Marriott Lodging Brands

Leeny Oberg Marriott CFO

Leeny Oberg, the group's chief financial officer, will spearhead the global development organization responsible for driving the growth of Marriott's 30 distinct lodging brands. Oberg's role has expanded to include CFO and executive vice president of development, marking her instrumental in shaping Marriott's future growth trajectory.

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