Dortman is the general manager of LODGE KOHLER in Green Bay. In a career with Kohler Co. that spans 23 years, she most recently worked with Kohler Hospitality and was also resident manager for The American Club and Inn on Woodlake in Kohler, Wisconsin. Dortman holds a master certificate in hospitality management from Cornell University.
“I am honored to be voted as a member of this prestigious board,” said Dortman. She continued, “During my term, I look forward to dutifully serving Wisconsin’s burgeoning hospitality community, forging meaningful relationships and learning from the region’s top industry minds, all while representing Kohler’s signature gracious hospitality.”
“We are excited for Shawn to bring her wisdom and knowledge of the hospitality industry to our board,” said WHLA President & CEO Bill Elliott. He continued, “Shawn is coming in at a time when our industry is facing new challenges, and her leadership will be valuable as we put together our plans to chart the course for the future of WHLA and Wisconsin’s lodging businesses.”
WHLA is a nonprofit trade association representing hotel and lodging properties in the state of Wisconsin. Established in 1896, WHLA represents all sizes and types of lodging properties throughout the state, providing valued industry services that include marketing, legislative representation, industry education and resources in addition to a legal assistance program. At the federal level, WHLA is proud to partner with the American Hotel & Lodging Association.
About Lodge Kohler
LODGE KOHLER opened in July 2017 and is located in the heart of Titletown, in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The AAA Four Diamond hotel features 144 guest rooms outfitted with custom designed KOHLER bathrooms and bedrooms. Visitors can immerse themselves in Green Bay Packers’ history through the artfully curated collection of memorabilia and Biever family historic team photographs that are displayed throughout the property. Guests can relax and indulge at Kohler Waters Spa, which features innovative hydrotherapy treatments, a coed sauna, expansive relaxation spaces, steam room, cool plunge pool and state-of-the-art Hydromassage Experience Pool – unlike any other in the country. A top-floor restaurant and bar, Taverne in the Sky, offers modern rotisserie cuisine and panoramic views of Lambeau Field, all within an upscale setting. On the main level is the indoor/outdoor Leaps & Bounds Café serving breakfast and lunch.
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