Evolve Vacation Rental appoints trio to leadership team

Denver: Next-generation vacation rental management company, Evolve Vacation Rental, has appointed three people to its leadership team to manage and accelerate its rapid growth. 

Evolve, which was founded in 2011, has a portfolio of over 10,000 properties and has secured over $500 million in rental income for its owners. The company manages the marketing and booking of vacation rental properties, and provides homeowners with the option to access a fully-vetted network of local partners.

Evolve CEO and co-founder, Brian Egan, said: “Our mission is to make vacation rental easy for everyone–owners and guests but making it easy for our customers is actually pretty complex. The combined experience and strategic capabilities we’re adding to our leadership team will help us continue elevating our operation and will add more fuel to the innovative, customer-first culture we’ve built here since day one.”

Chief customer officer and co-founder of Evolve, Adam Sherry, said: “Our unique model for vacation rental management is attracting owners and guests at a rapid pace.

“It’s more important than ever to supercharge our culture and company infrastructure to ensure that Evolve continues to provide a transformative experience for all of our customers. The experiences of our new team members will add to our momentum as we expand,” he added.

The appointments to the senior leadership are:

Rob Levy, who will join the company as chief financial officer, and was previously CEO of Sustainable Beverage Technologies. He will be responsible for driving Evolve’s continued growth by leading the company’s finance and business operations.

Alison Meadows, who will join the company as senior vice president of people, and was previously chief people officer at Ibotta, a retail tech company in Denver. Meadows will be responsible for all Human Resources functions, including a comprehensive people strategy with a particular focus on talent acquisition and leadership development.

Mike Keenan, who will join the company as general counsel, and previously held leadership roles in the legal department at Vail Resorts. He will be responsible for Evolve’s legal and regulatory affairs, including addressing the changing regulatory environment affecting the short-term rental industry.

For more information on the appointments, visit the Evolve website here.