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Meg Galletti and George Tanzman Join Six Senses

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Six Senses has appointed Meg Galletti as Vice President Human Resources, and George Tanzman as Chief Financial Officer. Both are based at the Six Senses office in Bangkok.

Meg Galletti joins Six Senses following an impressive twenty-five years in senior human resources roles around the globe.

Her career includes tenures with Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, and Sea Island Company.

In her roles with Rosewood and Four Seasons, Meg was part of a team responsible for the internationalisation of those brands, expertise that she will bring to Six Senses future growth.

Meg holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dickenson College in Political Science and Russian Studies, and has completed substantial work in both Russian and International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies.

George Tanzman has spent the last 22 years with Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts holding various senior management roles around the globe, including Director of Financial Analysis for Four Seasons Asia Pacific. He spent ten years as an Area Director of Finance in North America supervising Finance, IT, and Purchasing for numerous North American Four Seasons properties.

George served as Director of Finance at Four Seasons Nevis, Sydney, San Francisco, Aviara and most recently as Resort Manager at Four Seasons Manele Bay on the Island of Lanai in Hawaii.

George holds a Master of Science in Business degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Hartford in West Hartford Connecticut.

Six Senses, Bangkok, Thailand

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