Monica Cheeks
Hyatt Regency Denver at the CO Convention
Director of Catering/CS

“I began my Hyatt career as a Bus Attendant in 1982 at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe. With passion and determination, the opportunities are endless in the Hyatt organization. For the amount of time you spend at work, I am proud to call it my “second” family.”

Leslie Usi
Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach
Convention Services Manager

“I have been with the Hyatt family for a little over 5 ½ years and I can honestly say that I enjoy coming to work. Whether it is greeting a Meeting Planner or a fellow associate, every employee has a smile on their face and a “hello” waiting for you. I am proud to be a member of a team of individuals that works seamlessly together to make sure that every guest experience is a memorable one.”

Edgar Alvarez
Andaz West Hollywood

“From Busboy to Banquets to Bellman to Bell Captain. Rewarded two times as Employee of the Year! Hyatt Rewards Hard Work! Long Live Hyatt.”

Kenneth Robinson
Hyatt Regency San Francisco
Guest Services Door Attendant

“My name is Kenneth Robinson and I have been an employee at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco for over 30 years. Showing teamwork, having fun and satisfying guests is what I enjoy. If you are ever in the area, come and see for yourself.”

Dwayne Mitchell
Grand Hyatt Atlanta
Security Officer

“My name is Mitch, and I’ve been employed with Hyatt for 18 years. From the first day I started working for Hyatt, up until today, they’ve always made me feel like family. It’s the little things like using everyone’s first name instead of Mr. or Ms that makes an employee really feel at home while at work. Here at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta, it’s all about the service and making everyone around me as happy as I am. My favorite part of the job is greeting people in the morning and starting their day off with a smile.”