Marriott makes multiple leadership changesBy Jeffrey Weinstein | February 24, 2023Share With a global development pipeline of more than 3,000 properties representing more than 496,000 rooms at the end of 2022, Marriott reorganizes to manage growth. On Stephanie Linnartz’s last day as president of Marriott International, the industry’s biggest hotel company announced several organizational changes and executive appointments:Chief Financial Officer Leeny Oberg will lead the company’s Global Development organization, which is responsible for the strategic growth of the company’s 30 lodging brands. Oberg is being appointed chief financial 0fficer and executive vice president, Development. Drew Pinto, a nearly 20-year company veteran, has been named executive vice president and chief revenue & technology officer to lead sales, revenue management, distribution channels, digital, and information technology for Marriott.Long-time Marriott executive Peggy Fang Roe has been appointed executive vice president and chief customer officer, responsible for developing and executing key aspects of the company’s global consumer strategy, including evolving our portfolio of brands, the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program, and developing the end-to-end customer experience using data, AI, and innovation to fuel future growth.Tina Edmundson has been appointed president, Luxury, which includes a portfolio of nearly 500 properties.Yibing Mao, a 24-year Marriott veteran, is returning as president, Greater China, one of the company’s fastest growing regions.Marriott continent presidents will all report directly to Marriott President and CEO Tony Capuano: Satya Anand in Europe, Middle East & Africa; Brian King in Caribbean & Latin America; Raj Menon in Asia Pacific, excluding China; and Yibing Mao, Greater China. Liam Brown, group president, U.S. and Canada, will continue to report to Capuano.