Asset Manager & CEO for Wincome
Paul Sanford is the Chief Executive Officer of Rosanna Inc., Good Hope International, FJS Inc., Wincome Management and Development, Inc. as well as the Asset Manager for Wincome Hospitality, a successful multinational hospitality group which owns and operates various business ventures in the United States, United Kingdom, and Hong Kong.
Mr. Sanford is responsible for the group’s West Coast operations, including Southern California where he oversees all operations. His portfolio includes properties in the South Coast Metro area, as well as the Disneyland® Resort. Mr. Sanford oversees 3 luxury boutique hotels, along with fine dining restaurants, bars, eateries, office complexes, and residential assets in these high-energy environments.
A graduate of Pepperdine University, Mr. Sanford earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Master’s in Business and Management. Mr. Sanford joined the Hospitality industry in 1978 in Maui, Hawaii where his first managerial position was with the Inter-Continental Hotel Group. With over 20 years of experience, Mr. Sanford’s talents have encompassed both the Hospitality and Real Estate industries where he
has experience in both asset management and development. Mr. Sanford has held executive level positions with a variety of upscale and luxury boutique hotels, along with brands such as Wyndham, Hyatt, Westin, and Holiday Inn hotel groups as well as independent boutique hotel properties.
Paul has also gained hands-on experience in full construction, opening, rebranding, renovation, and construction of residential and commercial real estate assets. Prior to joining the Wincome Group, Mr. Sanford was the owner and Chief Operating Officer of a successful restaurant group with a portfolio that included multiple, high-end dinner houses throughout California’s Central Coast.
Camrine Iommazzo is General Manager of the future Westin Anaheim Resort in Anaheim. Iommazzo was born and raised in Australia where he began his studies in accounting. It was then that he discovered his true passion for food and hospitality, and began working on the ground ﬂoor of the food industry. He worked diligently in a family-owned restaurant in the city of Adelaide where he provided home-style Italian food to restaurant-savvy Australians. While studying for his degree from the International College of Hotel Management in Adelaide, Iommazzo worked at both Melbourne’s Hyatt Hotel and Sydney’s Regent Hotel.
Upon graduating, Iommazzo joined the Sheraton Mirage Port Douglas. After completing three years, he moved to the warm location of Maui and began working at the Kahana Beach Resort as their Front Desk Manager. He then moved to the Starwood managed Kapalua Bay Hotel before transferring to the Sheraton Hotel and Marina in San Diego as Food and Beverage Manager.
Iommazzo, wanting to get back to his Italian roots, decided to move to Europe where he would spend the next year reviving his new encounters with food, wine and culture throughout all of Europe. By 2006, Carmine was recruited as Director of Food and Beverage at The Kahala Hotel and Resort, and established a new standard of culinary and service excellence. With the purchase and makeover of the Makena Beach and Golf Resort, Landmark promoted him to General Manager of the 1800 acre resort.