New Vice President of Finance Tapped at Main Street Hospitality

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STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Donald Hebert, a seasoned financial manager with more than 25 years of experience, has been named vice president of finance at Main Street Hospitality.

"Donald's extensive experience in the financial world will provide great insight for Main Street," said Sarah Eustis, CEO of Main Street Hospitality. "He brings seasoned financial acumen and deep industry knowledge, and, he truly appreciates the values we uphold at Main Street."
Hebert is responsible for all aspects of Main Street's financial health, management and reporting, including insurance and banking oversight and relationships. In addition, he will lead in developing and implementing financial growth strategies across the board at Main Street Hospitality.

Most recently, Hebert served as the CFO, director of corporate finance and treasurer for Trapp Family Lodge, where he was the senior manager of the accounting, IT and human resources functions, assisted in attracting investors for new business ventures, and was actively involved with executive management in accruing capital for the construction of a new multi-million dollar brewery.

Prior to the Trapp Family Lodge, Hebert was CFO of Bowden Hospitality Management Group where he managed accounting, financial systems and back office functions for full service hotels, including national brands such as the Holiday Inn, Hampton Inn, Radisson Hotel and Homewood Suites. Over the span of his career he also has served as CFO for telecommunications and aerospace firms in New England.

Hebert is a graduate of the University of Maine at Orono and has a MBA degree from St. Joseph’s College, Windham, Maine. He is moving to the Berkshires from Kennebunk, Maine, with his wife, Mary.

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