NYU Hospitality Conference to Host AAHOA CEO for Industry Update

The New York University (NYU) International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference will welcome Asian American Hotel Owners Association President and CEO Chip Rogers to the stage on Monday to deliver an industry association update.
Now in its 39th year, the NYU conference draws the country’s best and brightest industry leaders for three days of workshops, panels, and networking focused on current and projected realities in hospitality. Previous years have featured speakers including U.S. Travel Association CEO Roger Down, Best Western Hotels & Resorts CEO David Kong, and Deloitte’s U.S. Leader (Hospitality) Stephen Jennings.
Rogers will speak alongside Katie B. Fallon, Hilton’s global head of corporate affairs, and Katherine Lugar, American Hotel & Lodging Association president and CEO, in a discussion focused on what is happening in Washington, DC that will influence the hospitality industry in the months and years to come. Loews Hotels & Co. Chairman and CEO Jonathan M. Tisch will moderate.
“I welcome the particular emphasis on the importance of advocacy at one of the preeminent conferences in the lodging industry,” Rogers said. “I look forward to hearing my fellow panelists thoughts on working with the new Congress and new administration and how we can work together to ensure American hospitality continues to thrive.”
The conference will be held at the New York Marriott Marquis in New York City on June 4-6. For more information, please visit the NYU conference website. AAHOA is the largest hotel owners association in the world. The more than 16,000 AAHOA members own almost 1 in every 2 hotels in the United States. With billions of dollars in property assets and hundreds of thousands of employees, AAHOA members are core economic contributors in virtually every community in the United States. As an association, AAHOA is a proud defender of free enterprise and the foremost current-day example of realizing the American Dream.

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