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Jenna Laramee joins WTS International
POSTED 17 Sep 2018 . BY Jane Kitchen
Jenna Laramee has been named corporate operations director for spa at consultancy and management firm WTS International.

Laramee, who holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing and has been a group fitness instructor for 20 years, joins WTS after serving in spa and fitness director roles with Hyatt, Ritz-Carlton, and Canyon Ranch Miami. She will be based in Boston and working with clients in the Northeast US.

“We’re delighted to welcome Jenna to our corporate team in her role as corporate operations director for our spa division,” said Gary Henkin, president of WTS International. “Jenna brings to us an impressive skill set in all aspects of health and wellness, customer service, and facility operations. We’re excited to welcome her to the WTS family.”

Laramee’s role will include assuring the company’s continued success in spa management.

Her accomplishments include leading the Canyon Ranch spa team to the Leading Hotel and Spa designation, co-authoring a journal publication on the benefits of biometric health screenings in health risk reduction, and cycling in the Pan Mass Challenge event for 15 years to raise funds for clinical research.

“Joining the WTS International organisation, a renowned leader in spa, fitness, and lifestyle, is truly an amazing opportunity in my professional career,” said Laramee. “I’m grateful to be part of an expert team where the exchange of ideas, drive for success, and guest and client satisfaction is a daily focus. I feel I can be most impactful by adding value across WTS facilities in preventative health and wellness.”
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Jenna Laramee joins WTS International
BY Jane Kitchen

Laramee joins WTS after serving in spa and fitness director roles with Hyatt, Ritz-Carlton, and Canyon Ranch Miami

Laramee joins WTS after serving in spa and fitness director roles with Hyatt, Ritz-Carlton, and Canyon Ranch Miami

Jenna Laramee has been named corporate operations director for spa at consultancy and management firm WTS International.

Laramee, who holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing and has been a group fitness instructor for 20 years, joins WTS after serving in spa and fitness director roles with Hyatt, Ritz-Carlton, and Canyon Ranch Miami. She will be based in Boston and working with clients in the Northeast US.

“We’re delighted to welcome Jenna to our corporate team in her role as corporate operations director for our spa division,” said Gary Henkin, president of WTS International. “Jenna brings to us an impressive skill set in all aspects of health and wellness, customer service, and facility operations. We’re excited to welcome her to the WTS family.”

Laramee’s role will include assuring the company’s continued success in spa management.

Her accomplishments include leading the Canyon Ranch spa team to the Leading Hotel and Spa designation, co-authoring a journal publication on the benefits of biometric health screenings in health risk reduction, and cycling in the Pan Mass Challenge event for 15 years to raise funds for clinical research.

“Joining the WTS International organisation, a renowned leader in spa, fitness, and lifestyle, is truly an amazing opportunity in my professional career,” said Laramee. “I’m grateful to be part of an expert team where the exchange of ideas, drive for success, and guest and client satisfaction is a daily focus. I feel I can be most impactful by adding value across WTS facilities in preventative health and wellness.”



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