Roedel Companies promotes Shelley to director of employee development

December 31, 2014 - Northern New England

Maureen Shelley, Roedel Companies

Sharon Nista, Roedel Companies

According to New Hampshire-based hotel owner/operators Roedel Companies, Maureen Shelley will move into a new role within the organization after spending 8 years as the director of sales at their Hilton Garden Inn Manchester. Shelley has been promoted to director of employee development and will be charged with overseeing the recruitment, hiring and training of new employees. She will also be responsible for employee development, engagement and recognition programs.
Sharon Nista has been named the new director of sales at the Hilton Garden Inn Manchester. In this role, Nista will lead room and catering sales efforts and manage the long term revenue success of the hotel. Nista previously held the position of hotel director of sales at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites in Merrimack that is also owned by Roedel Companies. During her tenure, she was responsible for revenue production and strategic planning. Nista also controlled sales, marketed guest services and employee development.
"Maureen has been an active part of our employee development team and has played an integral role in helping create our company's mission, vision and core values. Her experience within the company and passion for employee growth makes her a natural fit for this role," said David Roedel, managing member of Roedel Companies. "Sharon is a dynamic individual with strong direct room sales, catering sales and revenue management experience. She'll continue to drive the sales process at the Hilton Garden Inn and will be instrumental in maintaining its position as the premier hospitality product in the marketplace."

Located in Wilton, Roedel Companies maximizes free cash flow and return on investment for hotel owners and investors. The organization has 45 years of experience developing, constructing, managing and designing hotels for its own account and third parties through its subsidiaries RGH Hospitality and ROK Builders.
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