William A. Mullaney, Sr.
He began his career in building material sales to both the residential and commercial market. He became Director of Purchasing for Starrett Housing Corporation and General Electric’s Housing Division. At General Electric, he was promoted to Manager, International Program Development in charge of initiating and supporting international licenses and joint ventures for construction programs. Mr. Mullaney conducted international feasibility studies, developed joint venture partners and supported all phases of construction programs in Iran, Saudi Arabia, Australia and Japan.
Mr. Mullaney became interested in the hotel industry and formed a partnership to develop the Sheraton Long Island Hotel which opened in 1980. The Sheraton was the first full service hotel to be built on Long Island in over 20 years and was consistently rated by Lodging Hospitality Magazine in the Top Ten Performers Nationally for Suburban Hotels. Since then he has built, owned and managed several full service and limited service hotels under the flags of Sheraton, Holiday Inn, Hampton Inn, Holiday Express and Hilton Garden Inn.
Mr. Mullaney has led several investor groups as general partner, raising capital to invest in hotel properties.
Mr. Mullaney is a member of the Board of Directors of Catholic Health Services of L.I., which oversees the delivery of healthcare through a network of five hospitals, nursing homes and various support services. He is also past Chairman and member of the Board of Trustees of Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center. He is a graduate of Providence College.
Michael J. Mullaney
Michael worked his way up through all levels of hotel management, beginning his career with the Walt Disney Company in Orlando, Florida. At Disney, Michael participated in the Disney University Hotel Management Training Program, rotating through key areas of the hotel while studying hotel management curriculum. He received the Walt Disney World Guest Service Excellence Award.
Mr. Mullaney then moved back to New York, where he became Assistant General Manager of the Hampton Inn in Commack, NY. After completing the Hilton Hotel General Manager Leader’s Program, he was promoted to General Manager, and continues to manage the 144-room hotel today. Acting as General Manager and Owner’s Representative, he oversees all aspects of daily operation including budgeting, forecasts, accounting, payroll, human resources, sales, guest relations and food and beverage. Mr. Mullaney is a graduate of Salve Regina University.