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Stephen K. Miller Rejoins Wyndham as Senior Vice President of Development

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Wyndham Hotels and Resorts has appointed Stephen K. Miller as senior vice president of development, responsible for the growth of the Wyndham Hotels and Resorts brand’s portfolio through management and franchise agreements throughout the Eastern United States.

The appointment marks Miller’s return to the Wyndham brand, which he served in a senior development role for more than a decade under the former Wyndham International. While there, he was integral in expanding the brand’s portfolio.

In addition to his time with Wyndham International, Miller has extensive hospitality experience that includes positions with hotel companies including Strategic Hotels & Resorts Inc., Carlson Hotels Worldwide, Interstate Hotels & Resorts and Embassy Suites, now a brand of Hilton Hotels Corp.

Most recently, Miller was managing director and Chicago head for DTZ Hospitality Group, a London-based real estate and investment banking firm.

Jim Alderman, Wyndham Hotel Group executive vice president of development, said, “His in-depth knowledge of key markets in this region combined with his established industry relationships will provide a good value added component for our owners and franchisees as he joins a team solely focused on building the Wyndham portfolio and positioning the brand as the leader in the upscale segment.”

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