2016 Industry Leaders: Kristin Jordan

By Sponsored Content, December 16, 2016

Kristin Jordan Industry LeadersKristin Jordan
Director of Group Sales, Hilton Tampa Downtown
Tampa, Fla.

Jordan was blessed with the ability to persuade since childhood. She could sell ice to an Eskimo. Over the years she developed this skill, which landed her in the hospitality industry. Eleven years later, her ability to persuade has transformed into an ability to build lasting relationships with her clients.

Career Accomplishments
Jordan has worked with multiple hotel brands and has proven herself through hard work and dedication. This has led to promotions and eventually recognition as one of Marriott’s President’s Circle winners in 2013.

Rave Review
“Kristin was an absolute joy to work with. I look forward to coming back to work with her year after year!” says client Yvette Beasley.

My first job in the hospitality industry was… a front desk agent.

813-222-4956
tampadowntown.hilton.com
@hiltontd

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