Jill Justice Named President Of The Greenbrier

Jill Justice Named President Of The Greenbrier

Photo: Jim Justice, Twitter

Jim Justice, the owner and CEO at The Greenbrier, announced today at the West Virginia Business Summit that his daughter, Dr. Jillean Justice, will take over the helm at the historic resort in West Virginia.

Justice previously served as a physician at Greenbrier Care, a family care provider located on the property. She also started Gobble Cakes, a cupcake boutique in Blacksburg, VA, while attending school there.

The Greenbrier, a National Historic Landmark, has been operating since 1778. Located in the mountains of West Virginia, the luxury retreat spans 11,000 acres, with 710 rooms, 20 restaurants, five championship golf courses and a full service spa.

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