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TORONTO—As director, environmental affairs for Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, Michelle White has a world of challenges to deal with each day—literally. Toronto-based Fairmont’s 51 hotels are located around the globe.
BOSTON—Anyone who has followed the progression of the sustainability movement within lodging has heard of Tedd Saunders. One could say he is a green hotel "Founding Father."
As CEO and chief design officer for Quaintance-Weaver Restaurants and Hotels, Dennis Quaintance is aiming to take the Proximity Hotel to a level that no other hotel has reached.
BROOMFIELD, COLO.—Under Rob Katz' watch, Vail Resorts has rolled out one green initiative after another over the past year—making it one of the industry’s strongest proponents of corporate responsibility.
SANTA MONICA, CALIF.—In the relatively short time that The Ambrose Hotel has been up and running, Deirdre Wallace has quickly become one of the most visible green hoteliers in the United States.
HERMOSA BEACH, CALIF.—Guido Bauer is working hard to build a Green Hotel Certification program for the global lodging industry.
PORTLAND, ORE.—As director of operations at the Doubletree Hotel & Executive Meeting Center, Michael Luehrs has guided the property through Green Seal certification and much more.
PHOENIX, ARIZ.—Having worked 24 years for ARAMARK Corp., Karen Wittig knows her company very well—especially from an environmental standpoint.
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.—Nicholas Lakas, Director of element Hotels for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, has added a touch of green to the extended-stay sector.
ROSEVILLE, MINN.—Throughout her career spanning more than 20 years, Teresa Sanders has successfully helped revitalize hotel properties. Now, she is leading efforts to green them.
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