Amoré Cianciola the current President for the Prescott Area Hospitality Association (PAHA) and is the Director of Catering and Special events at the historic Hassayampa Inn in Downtown Prescott, AZ. She has been affiliated with the Prescott Area Hospitality Association since 2007. Amoré has worked in the hospitality industry since she was a teen. A passion for customer service has driven her to succeed in this, her chosen field. After a brief hiatus; thirteen years ago Amoré moved to Prescott and re-entered the hospitality field. She has volunteered for numerous organizations in the area most notably Prescott Area Habitat for Humanity, Prescott’s Frontier Days Rodeo, Prescott’s 4th Friday Art Walk and the Council for Educational Travel USA. She has been proud to serve on the City of Prescott’s Tourism Advisory Committee since 2013 and is a recent graduate of the Prescott Area Leadership Program. Amoré is the proud mother of three teens, Alex 18 Annie 14 and Emma 13. To contact Amoré firstname.lastname@example.org or 928-899-7090 cell 928-777-9550 office
BettyNaumannhasbeentheDirectorofSalesatTheHamptonInnofPrescottandTheHoliday Inn Express here in Prescott for the past thirteen years, and has handled corporate and group sales for both hotels in this competitive market of Prescott Arizona. Betty has received numerous recognitions for her achievements within the hotel industry and Hilton and IHG corporations. She is past Director of Sales for The Hassayampa Inn of Prescott.BettyisaboardmemberofPAHA , and of TAC here in Prescott and has lived in Prescott for the past twenty three years and is a member of Sacred Heart Parish.Betty is married and has three sons.
Tim Graham, British born, spent many years learning about Bed & Breakfasts, as his family ran a prosperous business in the South of Devon, England. He received a degree from the South Devon Technical College in Hotel Administration. After graduating from college, he worked in Bermuda for seven years where he continued his joy of working in the Hospitality Service industry in hotels and finally managed a well-known seafood restaurant, The Fisherman’s Reef. His love of traveling brought about his meeting Gayle in Cancun, Mexico, in 1982. One year later, this shipboard romance ended in marriage bringing Tim to Wisconsin. With his wealth of industry knowledge and know-how, Tim returned to the University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee to receive a Bachelor’s Degree in Adult Education and a Master’s Degree in Administrative Leadership. His education and experience lent itself well to teaching at Waukesha County Technical College in the Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts Department for 11 years where he then moved on to become the Associate Dean of Hospitality, Culinary Arts and Global education until he retired to Arizona in 2010. Going back to his roots of the B&B business, today, Tim and his wife own and operate Whispering Pines Bed & Breakfast in Prescott, AZ. Their goal is to ensure everyone who visits Whispering Pines B&B leaves enjoying the "Peace and Quiet," (as described in the Arizona Highway, May 2012 magazine article). Guests will feel pampered and experience a little taste of being in heaven.