ASIS Europe 2023 Conference Co-Chair and Global Senior Vice President Sustainability, Security and Corporate Communications, Radisson Hotel Group
Inge Huijbrechts is Global Senior Vice President Sustainability, Security and Corporate Communications for Radisson Hotel Group(RHG)–developing the Sustainability and Safety & Security programs in the group’s 1,100+hotels in operations & development in 110countries around the world.
Together with her team, she lays out the strategy for Responsible Business from build to operations and keeps employees around the world engaged in everyday Responsible Business actions. Additionally, she leads the global expert Safety & Security team to ensure all is done to welcome guests in safe and secure hotels:
In May 2020, RHG launched the Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol, a program of in-depth cleanliness, disinfection, and prevention procedures developed in partnership with SGS. She developed unique value propositions such as Radisson Meetings worldwide being100% carbon neutral and put the company on a trajectory to be Net Zero by 2050.
In April2022, she was one of the key leaders involved in the definition and launch of the Hotel Sustainability Basics, an initiative to set a common, clear and transparent definition of hotel sustainability to drive responsible travel & tourism. The new standard is defined by the industry for the industry and is supported by the World Travel & Tourism Council and a group of leading hotels groups and associations representing over 50,000 hotels.
Inge is a member of the ASIS Chief Security Officer Center for Leadership and Development and chair of the US State Department’s OSAC Hotel & Lodging Sector Committee. She is a member of the Sustainable Hospitality Alliance Senior Advisory Board and sits on the GRI Club Sustainability Committee. Inge also serves on the board of Flanders Special Venues.
In 2022, Inge was named one of the100 Most powerful people in Global Hospitality and in the global Top 100 Women in Sustainability.
Session: Intelligence Paradigm | Improving Your Climate Security Resilience