Choice Hotels Promotes Patrick Pacious to Chief Operating Officer
December 20, 2013 10:23am
An officer and member of the executive team of Choice Hotels, Mr. Pacious continues to report to Choice Hotels President and CEO Stephen P. Joyce.
"Pat has been a major driver of Choice Hotels' success and growth," said Stephen P. Joyce. "He has had a significant role driving profitable growth and performance company-wide, as well as ensuring that Choice remains on the leading edge of technology. Most importantly, Pat's advice to me over the last several years has impacted the strategic direction of Choice enormously."
Mr. Pacious joined Choice Hotels in 2005 and has held roles of increasing responsibility and oversight particularly in the areas of strategic planning, technology, innovation and growth. He currently serves as the executive vice president, global strategy and operations, with lead responsibility for the company's corporate strategy and development, global reservations delivery, information technology, loyalty and promotions, franchise services, and international operations. Mr. Pacious' promotion to chief operating officer recognizes his key value and contribution to the organization.
Before joining Choice Hotels, Mr. Pacious held senior positions with BearingPoint and Arthur Andersen, where he worked directly with senior executives and boards of directors at a variety of key clients, including Choice Hotels International and other major hotel companies. As a result of his expertise and global business experience, he has provided testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate on performance management and privatization issues.
Mr. Pacious earned his master's degree in business administration from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and his bachelor's degree from Duke University. He served in the United States Navy from 1987 to 1993, achieving the rank of lieutenant.
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