Less than two percent of hotel owners are Black, and less than one percent of them are Black women. Georgia State University alumna Davonne Reaves is part of that one percent. But there's more to her business model than acquiring real estate assets. Her goal is to create 221 Black hotel owners in the year 2021.
The Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business has received a $2 million endowment from Deen Day Sanders to establish an immersion program in memory of her late husband, Days Inns founder and school namesake, Cecil B. Day, Sr.
Alexandria Carswell took a big risk (and a significant pay cut) when she transitioned out of the hotel industry and accepted a position as a corporate travel consultant. But it was worth gaining experience in another hospitality sector.
Brittany Fearon possesses experience in the food and event management spaces, and will bring a practical perspective to the upcoming Master of Global Hospitality Management cohort.
Each year, faculty from the department nominate student honorees, who are selected by a scholarship committee.
Kim grew up in South Korea, where promoting one’s personal achievements is considered rude. He would much rather discuss his students—because in his book, their achievements are the best indicator of his success.
About a week after the campus closure, Kyle Townsend remembered the unopened boxes of 1,800 rubber gloves sitting in Robinson’s Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration.
Specializing in Hotel Management & Human Resource Management in the Hospitality Industry Meet Debra F. Cannon, Director & Associate Professor […]
Robinson’s MBA/Master of Health Administration is No. 15 in the U.S. and No. 50 worldwide. The program helps students develop an understanding of market forces, policy formulation and strategic management, and gain the necessary technical and managerial skills for executive positions.
Regynald G. Washington’s address to Robinson's spring 2019 MBAs and specialized master’s graduates cited the wisdom of Walt Disney, Will Rogers, Confucius and Eleanor Roosevelt. But the hospitality executive’s most memorable words to the Class of 2019 were his own.