11 April 2012 13:24 GMT
Malene Rydahl appointed In leadership role for Corporate Responsibility Program “Hyatt Thrive”
In Europe, Africa and Middle East.
Hyatt Hotels & Resorts has announced that Malene Rydahl has expanded her responsibilities and have been appointed in the leadership role in EAME for their corporate responsibility program Hyatt Thrive.
Her new position as Director of Corporate Communications includes the responsibilities of developing and implementing public relations, corporate communications and media relation’s initiatives for Hyatt in EAME. She also manages crisis communications and reputation management for the area.
Malene Rydahl, trilingual, a native of Denmark, has spent the past 12 years living in Paris where she most recently served as director of communication for Relais & Chateaux. She joined Hyatt in 2006 in the position as Director of Public Relations for EAME.
Hyatt’s global corporate responsibility program, Hyatt Thrive, is designed to help make the communities in which Hyatt operates places that associates are proud to work, guests want to visit, neighbors want to live and hotel owners want to invest. The program reflects Hyatt’s belief that no one better understands a community’s most pressing issues – and their solutions – than those who live and work there. Hyatt Thrive harnesses the power of more than 90,000 Hyatt associates at over 480 properties around the world, to focus on positive local efforts that create a significant global impact.
Hyatt Thrive focuses on four key pillars that Hyatt believes are essential to a thriving community:
· Environmental Sustainability
· Economic Development & Investment
· Education & Personal Advancement
· Health & Wellness
The Hyatt Thrive playlist on the official Hyatt YouTube channel: