Sage Restaurant Group—the Denver-based independent restaurant group dedicated to providing innovative, playful, and locally-tailored food and beverage experiences—announced several new hires and internal promotions as the company expands its corporate leadership team and continues to grow nationally. SRG hires Adam Titze as Vice President of Culinary Operations, and promotes Meaghan Goedde to Senior Vice President of Operations and Bev McCrory to Director of People Resources.
“We believe success starts with talented individuals,” says Brent Berkowitz, COO of SRG. “Extraordinary people are dedicated to delivering extraordinary guest experiences, and we seek to hire and retain the best in the hospitality industry. We look forward to what 2019 promises for us with this roster of passionate employees.”
Adam Titze, Vice President of Culinary Operations
Titze joins SRG to oversee culinary development across all SRG concepts. He works closely with each property to create innovative menu items, drive consistency, and uphold operational excellence. A graduate of The Culinary Institute of America and having grown up on an agriculture farm, Titze hopes to bring his knowledge of sustainable agriculture and farm-to-table ethos to SRG.
Meaghan Goedde, Senior Vice President of Operations
Formerly the Senior Vice President of People Resources, Goedde steps into her new role with invaluable skills in both business development and guest experience. Her responsibilities range from organizational development to culture and business growth, as she implements strategies that allow for revenue generation. Joining SRG in 2007 as its second employee, she brings an integrated approach to restaurant operations and a fresh perspective that has thrice won her the company’s “Spirit of Innovation” award.
Bev McCrory, Director of People Resources
Previously Human Resources Generalist, McCrory is named Director of People Resources. With her promotion, she is in charge of the company’s talent management and associate relations, while balancing, supporting, and addressing new challenges and opportunities for the human resources department. She has a passion for hospitality and volunteer work, and in 2013, was awarded with the President’s Volunteer Service Award by former President Barack Obama.
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