About Andrew Stegen
With an extensive background in the hospitality industry, Andrew Stegen currently is the General Manager of the Stockton Seaview Resort and Spa in Galloway New Jersey, located just outside of Atlantic City.Previously, Andrew Stegen was the General Manager at the Ravella Hotel in Las Vegas, where he helped restore the struggling operation to financial stability after it had been closed for nearly a year. He increased the hotel’s percentage of satisfied guests from the low 80s to the 90s within two years and established an experienced executive team.
Prior to taking on his current position, Andrew Stegen spent nearly five years as the General Manager of the Arizona Biltmore Resort in Phoenix, Arizona. He also worked at several hotels in California and in Canada, where he was born and raised. His father, a native of Barcelona, Spain, left Spain with his family during the Spanish Civil War and relocated to Canada after having spent some time in London, England. His mother was born in Ontario but of Irish decent.
Fiesta Bowl Charities Supports Barrow Neurological Institute
Andrew Stegen has over 25 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, including 18 years in hotel and resort management. Since 2010, Andrew Stegen has also been a member of the charities committee of the Fiesta Bowl Board of Directors.
The Fiesta Bowl is an annual college football game that takes place in the University of Phoenix stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Since its inaugural game in 1971, the Fiesta Bowl has become a well-known and highly anticipated part of the NCAA postseason football schedule. The Fiesta Bowl organization, comprised almost entirely by volunteers, contributes to dozens of state and national philanthropic groups.
One of the many charities benefitting from the Fiesta Bowl’s largesse is the Barrow Neurological Institute. Barrow is an internationally recognized leader in the treatment of brain and spine diseases and disorders. In particular, Fiesta Bowl Charities supports Barrow’s Junior Brainbook program, an online learning module that teaches athletes age 5 to 14 to prevent concussions and to recognize the signs and symptoms when they occur.