The corporation has appointed a senior vice president, Mia Kyricos, to lead the charge.
“As a pioneer in the business of wellbeing, Mia is uniquely qualified to further define Hyatt’s wellbeing efforts across all 14 brands to ensure colleagues, guests and customers can be their best,” Vondrasek said. “She is a respected leader in the wellbeing industry and her expertise across wellness, hospitality and brand strategy will fervently support and expand Hyatt’s already robust wellbeing offering. Mia will also be instrumental in the continued immersion of World of Hyatt members to the Miraval and exhale brands, as well as the integration of elements of both these brands throughout the organization.”
The job will reach across the 14 brands to create a multidimensional global wellbeing strategy that incorporates leadership, vision, objectives and strategic priorities for wellbeing across the company.
“Hyatt’s dedication to implementing wellbeing practices throughout all facets of the organization demonstrates just one of the ways Hyatt continues to lead the way in the hospitality industry,” said Kyricos. “This is the first time I’ve seen a company of its kind establish a cohesive position on wellbeing that fully encompasses all parts of the organization. I am excited to join such a forward-thinking leadership team to help meaningfully implement innovative wellbeing strategies for Hyatt’s colleagues, guests and members of the communities in which Hyatt hotels operate around the world.”
The company plans to add to its Miraval and exhale wellbeing brands. Provide on-demand exhale video content, exclusive exhale privileges and more to the Hyatt Place hotels program. And curate World of Hyatt member experiences focused on Hyatt’s FINDplatform that benefit the mind, body and spirit.
Watch for more wellbeing programs incorporated into the company’s growth.