President & CEO | Greater Toronto Hotel Association
Terry Mundell was appointed President & CEO of the Greater Toronto Hotel Association in January 2007.
During his tenure with the GTHA, Mr. Mundell has played an active role representing the hotel industry to all levels of government on issues of public policy to raise the profile of the hotel sector as a vital economic contributor to the GTA’s, Ontario’s and Canada’s economy.
Mr. Mundell has held senior positions in both the public and private sectors, and has served on numerous national and provincial Boards of Directors, task forces and committees including Tourism Toronto, the Ontario Restaurant Hotel & Motel Association, the Hotel Association of Canada, the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation and the Business Tax Review Panel. He served two terms as President of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario, acted as the municipal lead in the “Who Does What” process, and spent 17 years in municipal politics.
His private sector experience was gained by directing and managing the activities of a fourth generation, family-owned retail business.
The GTHA is the largest city hotel association in Canada, with 170 members, representing approximately 36,000 guest rooms and 32,000 employees.