• Fontainbleau Miami Beach Announces New Director of Leisure Sales

     
    POSTED December 22, 2016
     

Jenny Cerna has been appointed director of leisure sales for Fontainbleau Miami Beach. In her new role, Cerna will be responsible for the development of domestic and international marketplace while coordinating all leisure sales programs.

“Fontainebleau Miami Beach is excited to welcome Jenny Cerna to the team to lead our leisure sales efforts,” says Philip Goldfarb, president and COO, Fontainebleau Miami Beach. “Her track record will serve as an invaluable asset as we aim to keep Fontainebleau top of mind on a global level.”

Cerna has 10-plus years of experience in the hospitality industry. She received her degree in marketing from the Catholic University of Honduras. She began her career at the Intercontinental Hotel as the concierge at the front desk. She went on to hold positions in sales at Acqualina Resort & Spa, Hotel Breakwater, Sagamore Hotel, Grand Beach Hotel.

Cerna has also showcased her expertise through appearances on multiple international travel television shows, like Mis Hoteles Favoritos, and Argentinian-based shows Agenda and Cecilia Z.

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