With more than two decades’ experience in public relations and marketing across many platforms and a lifetime in a real estate and restaurant family, Circe Sher brings broad expertise to her position as co-founder of Piazza Hospitality.
Since the company’s formation in 2001, she has overseen the marketing, public relations and promotional efforts for its properties including Hotel Healdsburg and its sister property h2hotel, as well as its associated restaurants Spoonbar, Pizzando and Charlie Palmer’s Dry Creek Kitchen.
Beyond marketing the final product, Ms. Sher also helps direct the conceptual development of Piazza Hospitality’s contemporary properties. She played a pivotal role in creating the concept of the boutique luxury Hotel Healdsburg and the eco-friendly, avant-garde h2hotel, along with the concept for The Spa at Hotel Healdsburg. Her energies are now focused on three new projects: a third property in Healdsburg, the H3 GuestHouse; Hotel San Luis Obispo on the Central Coast; and a recently approved hotel project in Sebastopol. The forthcoming boutique hotels will serve as environmentally-friendly chic retreats, inviting visitors to relax, recharge and play.
Prior to her career in the hospitality business, Ms. Sher was an officer for Mayor Willie Brown of San Francisco in the Mayor’s Office of Protocol through 2001. During this time, she was in charge of planning and fundraising for large city events and international trade missions, and served as his liaison to the arts community and international consular corps.
Ms. Sher graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts in cultural anthropology in 1991. She has a five-year-old daughter and lives in Healdsburg.Please visit http://www.piazzahospitality.com for more information.
Ms. Sher can be contacted at 707-431-8221 or email@example.com