These Johnson & Wales University graduates are changing the Hospitality industry, with careers at elite hotels, pro sports sites and top tourist destinations. They all made it happen at The Hospitality College.
Hilton's $1 Million Gift to JWU“It’s a definite high point in our longtime
partnership,” says Chancellor John Bowen '77.
JWU alums and Hilton brand ambassadors Rob Palleschi and Clay Snyder came to a ceremony marking Hilton’s ongoing commitment to JWU.
“I’m looking forward to celebrating many more successes together,” says Snyder.
Alumni in Hospitality
At Ritz-Carlton, Teaching Hospitality's Gold StandardsMeet Jill Guindon-Nasir '97, vice president at the Ritz-Carlton Leadership Center.
Silver Medal at World Culinary OlympicsChef-instructor Brian Campbell’s team wins at the Internationale Kochkunst Austellung (IKA).
Feeding FacebookFacebook's top chef? No, Josef Desimone '02 goes by "culinary overlord."
Sports Advertising Exec Beat CompetitionRyan Lester '05, the US Soccer Federation's advertising & promotions manager, got his start as an intern.
Ask a Musician/Artist Manager Marshall Freeman '06, president/CEOCreative Music Group Inc.
Ask a Senior VPJulie Coker '89, senior vice president, convention divisionPhiladelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau
Rob credits JWU for the work ethic, creativity, and hands on experience that helped him achieve his career goals. read more
How do you turn your DNC internship into a career? Ask Barbara: she did it in downtown Denver's events industry. read more
VIDEO: JWU grad Clay started out valet parking at a Providence hotel. Now, he’s managing DoubleTree by Hilton’s brand — at 250 hotels around the world. read more