Miller has spent the past decade at JetBlue Airways in product and e-commerce leadership roles and has overseen JetBlue’s digital innovation ecosystem, including reservation platforms, mobile apps, check-in kiosks and biometric boarding. Miller oversaw large teams of onshore and offshore development partners and the leading digital agency, in addition to JetBlue’s internal teams of product managers and designers. Prior to joining JetBlue, Miller was vice president of e-commerce for Create the Group, providing digital consulting services for iconic consumer brands including David Yourman, Nars and Alexander Wang. Earlier in her career, Miller served as director of e-commerce at Lacoste, creating the first e-commerce site for the internationally acclaimed brand with channel P&L responsibility, as well as leading digital, social, search and marketing functions. email marketing from Lacoste.
“Maryssa brings a wealth of decades-long experience in digital and product leadership to Mint House,” said Will Lucas, founder and CEO of Mint House. “Hospitality is one of the least digitized industries in the economy and Maryssa’s exceptional digital products and innovative experiences to delight consumers ideally position Mint House to further extend its vast technological advantage over traditional hotels. Our Recently closed Series B paves the way for Mint House to accelerate its product roadmap, and I know Maryssa’s expertise will have a huge impact as Mint House continues to expand rapidly.”
Miller has served on industry advisory boards for Shop.org, Luxury Interactive and the Direct Marketing Association Echo Board of Governors. She has been recognized as a Top 40 Under 40 Brand Marketers by Brand Innovators and is a frequent industry speaker. She has received numerous awards for her work, including a Webby Award for Best Mobile App User Experience, a JD Power Award for Best Mobile App, a Clio for a redesign of JetBlue.com, and a Personal Achievement Award. Of the industry.
“I am thrilled to join Mint House at this pivotal time in the company’s growth and the disruption of the hospitality industry,” Miller said. “At a time when demand for travel is soaring again and new accommodation needs are emerging, it is a privilege to join the impressive management team at Mint House in redefining residential hospitality.”
Miller holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing from State University of New York at Albanyand a Master of Science in Direct and Interactive Marketing from NYUwhere she was an adjunct professor.
About the mint house
Mint House transforms the traditional hotel model and is at the forefront of a new category of hospitality, offering technologically advanced spaces that offer the conveniences and conveniences of home with the service, consistency and the reliability of a top-of-the-range hotel. Mint House currently operates 23 properties in 14 markets, including Mint House at 70 Pine – New Yorkwhich was recently rated the #1 hotel in the United States by TripAdvisor, and the #1 rated four-star hotel in Miami, Nashville and Greenville on Booking.com. Mint House’s award-winning properties are thoughtfully designed with full kitchens, expansive living areas and connected workspaces in prime downtown locations, offering a new kind of stay that’s smarter and more comfortable than a traditional hotel and delivering the personalized service and consistency that travelers have come to expect. Mint House’s proprietary technology stack and mobile model delivers a seamless, feature-rich guest experience, including mobile check-in and keyless entry, pre-stocked groceries, 24-hour digital concierge services 24/7, on-demand fitness, smart thermostats and shopping areas. . For more information, visit minthouse.com and follow @staymint on Instagram.
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