Herve Houdre, IHG Sustainable Hospitality Advocate makes an impression on our future leaders

Eileen Almeida Barbosa, Adviser to the Prime Minister of Cape Verde, Irina Stepanenko, GMBHA Intern from Vladivostok, Russia, Nick Kallergis, Law Student at UM, Wendy Kallergis, President and CEO, GMBHA, Hervé Houdré, Regional Director & General Manager, InterContinental New York Barclay and Ambassador for Sustainable Hotel Communities, Jeanette Gonzalez, GMBHA Membership Sales Coordinator, Augustin Joly, GMBHA Intern, Dijon, France, Erica Towle, UM Marine Biology Student, and Megan Tague, GMBHA Membership Communications Manager.

Eileen Almeida Barbosa, Adviser to the Prime Minister of Cape Verde, Irina Stepanenko, GMBHA Intern from Vladivostok, Russia, Nick Kallergis, Law Student at UM, Wendy Kallergis, President and CEO, GMBHA, Hervé Houdré, Regional Director & General Manager, InterContinental New York Barclay and Ambassador for Sustainable Hotel Communities, Jeanette Gonzalez, GMBHA Membership Sales Coordinator, Augustin Joly, GMBHA Intern, Dijon, France, Erica Towle, UM Marine Biology Student, and Megan Tague, GMBHA Membership Communications Manager.

The GMBHA luncheon on June 21st with keynote speaker Herve Houdre, Regional Director and General Manager of Intercontinental New York Barclay was a huge success! Two hundred and fifty guests from Miami’s hospitality industry attended the event and learned the strategies and benefits of becoming eco-friendly and how commitment to the local community is the most important factor of being sustainable, according to Mr. Houdré.  Special thanks to our title sponsor, Easy Grass and our host Robert Hill, General Manager, Intercontinental Miami.

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