President, The Northern California Concierge Association
Leigh Anne Dolecki joined the hospitality industry after a 20 year career in the world of theatre production. Since becoming a concierge in 2000 she has served as vice president of the Northern California Concierge Association; at the end of 2007 she completed her two year term as president of the NCCA. She represented a membership of over 160 concierges throughout the Bay Area as far south as Monterey and Carmel, and as far north as Healdsburg. As president, Ms. Dolecki provided educational opportunities for the members by planning meetings and events, as well as building relationships with service providers throughout northern California, keeping NCCA members on the forefront of guest services. She remains on the current board of directors as past president. As a member of Les Clefs d'Or USA, Ms. Dolecki most recently attended the Panamerican Congress in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the International Congress in Copenhagen Denmark, as well as the National Congress in New York City. She has made numerous presentations on the Northern California Concierge Association's response to concierge outsourcing. Ms. Dolecki provides guest service as chef concierge at Campton Place, a Taj Hotel. Located in downtown San Francisco, just off Union Square, the 110-room luxury boutique hotel is the third Taj Hotel in the United States along with The Pierre and the Taj Boston; it is also a member of The Leading Small Hotels of the World. Ms. Dolecki continues her work as the lead for food in the San Francisco mayor's outreach program for the homeless, Project Homeless Connect.