Trump Hotels' former EVPO joins Outrigger Hotels as CEO

Jeff Wagoner will join the company as president and CEO starting April 26, 2018

Jeff Wagoner.
Jeff Wagoner.
Jeff Wagoner.
Jeff Wagoner.

Outrigger Hotels and Resorts has appointed Jeff Wagoner as the new president and chief executive officer and will officially join the company starting April 26, 2018.

Scott Dalecio, KSL Resorts co-founder and CEO, who was serving as the interim CEO for Outrigger since early 2017, has been appointed executive chairman for Outrigger.

Wagoner brings a variety of hospitality leadership experience to his new role including previous appoints such as executive VP of operations for Trump Hotels and senior positions at Wyndham Hotel Group including president Wyndham Hotel Group Management, EVP global brand services and president Wyndham Hotels and Resorts.

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Currently, Outrigger’s portfolio comprises nine beachfront resorts in Hawaii, Fiji, Thailand, Guam, Mauritius and the Maldives as well as 27 owned and/or managed hotels, resorts and vacation condominiums.

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