Hospitality Minnesota is pleased to announce the hiring of Liz Rammer (pronounced ray-mer) as its next President and CEO.
She will also serve as executive vice president of the Minnesota Restaurant Association, Minnesota Lodging Association and Minnesota Resort & Campground Association, as well as CEO of the Hospitality Minnesota Education Foundation.
Liz has held leadership positions in both corporate and nonprofit organizations. Most recently, she served as Vice President of Marketing and a member of the executive management team at Life Link III, a nonprofit air medical transport company headquartered in Minneapolis.
Previously, she held three different leadership roles at the Medical Alley (LifeScience Alley) trade association, concluding her service as Chief Operations Officer during her 11-year tenure. She was instrumental in growing the organization to become the largest state-based trade group for healthcare and life sciences companies in the United States.
Minnesota will get an annual PGA Tour event starting in 2019 if Houston can’t come up with new sponsorship by June 1, said longtime 3M Championship tournament director Hollis Cavner, confirming reporting from John Feinstein of Golf Digest.
More and more tourism industry professionals realize that the travel business is actually a technological business. Even the simplest trip generates large amounts of data. Gathering, indexing and understanding that information and how we apply that understanding to improve upon the experience of each traveler is what will inspire true innovation and the future of travel.