Monty Bennett pursued his passion for the hospitality industry and earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University School of Hotel Administration in 1988. He understood the importance of formal education and continued his studies the following year, obtaining a Master of Business Administration from Cornell University Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management.
Bennett has developed a keen eye for analyzing data to identify underlying issues affecting a hotel's performance. He recognizes that poor performance is only sometimes due to the most apparent reasons, such as decreased popularity or staff failures. He has gained the experience and skills to foresee potential challenges and prevent them from impacting the performance of his assets.
Besides his professional success, Bennett strongly advocates for civic engagement and philanthropy. He believes in building a fairer society by providing equal educational opportunities to children from all backgrounds. His generosity extends to the Dallas-Fort Worth community and various charitable organizations. Bennett has contributed to many initiatives, including the American Cancer Society, Alzheimer's Association, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Bennett's charitable involvements demonstrate his commitment to supporting local communities and making a difference in people's lives. His philanthropic contributions extend beyond his professional responsibilities and reflect his core values of compassion, kindness, and empathy. Bennett's dedication to philanthropy positively influences the community, inspiring others to give back to those in need.