Liam Tully is a junior in the School of Hotel Administration from Mobile, Alabama. His interest in hospitality and creating exceptional experiences came at an early age while growing up in Singapore and was strengthened after he worked at a science museum in high school. While at Cornell, he has also developed a passion for the intersection of hospitality and technology, and he is currently pursuing a minor in Information Science.
Liam started his freshman year as a Conference Services and Facilities Manager for HEC 95. He then became the Food and Beverage Service Assistant Director for HEC 96, where he helped develop the process to package and deliver meal boxes for the conference's virtual format. As Innovations Director this year, he hopes to create a conference that incorporates the best parts of both virtual and in-person events.
Outside of HEC, Liam is in the Hotel Leadership Development Program and plays saxophone for the Big Red Marching Band, and he currently serves as their Alumni Relations chair. This past summer, he worked as a Finance and Data Analytics intern for Heartwood, a restaurant group in Jeffersonville, New York. He also loves to cook, hike, and run, and he completed his first official half marathon in September.