Miami-based ILG, the power behind eclectic vacation experiences for Hyatt, Sheraton and Westin, said it recently appointed Kelly Frank to the newly created position of chief human resources officer effective Oct. 31.
Frank, who previously was with Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, has logged over 25 years in human resources, including executive stints with the Walt Disney Company. She earned a master’s degree in business administration from Rollins College in Winter Park.
Frank will report to ILG Chief Operating Officer Jeanette Marbert, who welcomed Frank to her new position of leading HR strategy all ILG divisions.
“We are thrilled to have Kelly join the team at such an important time for ILG,” Marbert said. “She is an innovative leader who has worked with multinational branded companies and appreciates that people make the difference. We are confident that Kelly will be a tremendous asset as ILG continues to evolve.”
ILG is known for providing a broad variety of vacation concepts, acting as provider and sole licensee for the Hyatt, Sheraton and Westin brands. Owners, members and guests are treated to best-of-class benefits and services via the company’s global portfolio of resorts, clubs and other upscale vacation destinations.