Male’ Maldives, 03rd January 2023 – Tammy Gan joins the team at The Nautilus as the Assistant Director of Marketing and Communications. With her expert skills in creating cohesive and focused marketing campaigns and branding initiatives, she brings a wealth of knowledge in Marketing and Advertising.
Having graduated from the University of Nevada with a Bachelor of Science in Hotel Administration, Tammy showcases innovative and forward-thinking skills. Her experiences range from storyboarding and content creation, public relations, brand development, strategic planning, crisis communication, to social media campaigns and digital marketing. With over 15 years of experience in the field, she has worked with various brands, including Anantara Hotels Resorts and Spas, Laguna Banyan Tree Limited and most recently served as the Marketing Communications Manager at Gili Lankanfushi Maldives.
Part of the all-inclusive plan, their main restaurant, Kaa Kada, takes inspiration from the ultimate comfort of food served on a busy street. Watch the chefs behind the counter as they prepare the a la carte’ meals and enjoy it in a humble and cosy island setting. A first of its kind, their specialty restaurant, Samaasaa, weaves together interactive literature with a fine dining experience, currently opening with the folk tales of the Maldives. Journey through Chef Zuzu’s five course meal which tells age old tales of lore depicting star-crossed lovers or mythical beasts.
Tammy is a team player who is well-equipped to work in a fast-paced environment and adept at rising up to new challenges. With her go-getter attitude and positive outlook, she works hard to inspire the team and keep them motivated.
States Andre Miethig, General Manager of The Nautilus said that “It is an honour to welcome Tammy to our team. I admire her tenacious spirit and wealth of experience, and trust that she will play a key role in building relationships and The Nautilus brand with it. I look forward to the new heights our brand will reach with Tammy on our team.”