• InnSight Hotel Management Group Hires New Vice President of Finance

     
    POSTED February 6, 2017
     

InnSight Hotel Management Group based in Oregon has selected Todd Gray as their new vice president of finance. Gray joins the company with a background in finance, accounting, information technology and administration. He most recently worked for Menashe Properties, Inc., directing finance and accounting activities.

In his new role, Gray will direct the activities of the accounting department and administrative support. Additionally, Gray will be supporting InnSight’s growth as it develops high-end, select service hotels in the Northwest through capital campaigns and securing investors.

After receiving his Bachelor of Science degree from Portland State University, Gray received further training at the public accounting firm Moss Adams. He was also awarded the Army Accommodation Medial for his service in the armed forces. Outside of work Gray enjoys spending time with his wife and two grown children

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