Justin Genzlinger, CEO
Karen Anderson, CFO
Karen Anderson earned her BS in Accounting from Marist College. Beginning in 2001, she simultaneously did bookkeeping for a rental property, Community Building Projects, and for the publishers of Milford Magazine, Pike Media Partners. After 3 years, she accepted the Chief Accountant position at Hotel Fauchere, a Relais & Chateaux property, in Milford, PA. This is where she began her training and interest in hospitality accounting. In 2009 she accepted the position of Controller at Settlers Inn. Following ownership and organizational changes, Karen was promoted to Director of Finance. In 2017, Karen was named Employee of the Year. Karen began volunteering for the food pantry of Milford in 2018 and currently is a volunteer at the Pike County Public Library in Milford. In March of 2020, Karen was promoted to CFO of Settlers Hospitality.
Scott Eitelberg, COO
Scott oversees all ongoing business operations at Settlers Hospitality. He and his team support the operations and property management efforts at our locations. Prior to joining Settlers Hospitality Scott worked for OTG based out of NYC since 2004 starting as the Area Director for New York operations. In May 2006 he was promoted to company Director of Operations and in August 2010 to Chief Operating Officer. Scott was responsible for the daily optimization of operations among the various departments of OTG and its 5000 plus crewmembers. Prior, he was Director o f Operations for a regional franchise company that featured Applebee’s, Wendy’s, Chevy’s Fresh Mexican, Johnny Carinos, and Panera Bread. Scott has extensive experience in themed casual dining and managing multi – unit national chain restaurants. He has specific expertise in culinary research and development, IT, and POS development in operations and restaurant development. Scott is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University, where he was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management.
Greg Werner, Executive Director of Food & Beverage
Greg is joining Settlers Hospitality Group with nearly two decades of hospitality and event planning experience. Greg started his career while on active duty in the U.S. Army as a member of the prestigious 3rd U.S. Infantry (The Old Guard). Greg was tasked as a member of a military joint service team where he assisted in the planning of numerous ceremonial events throughout the National Capital Region. Greg was served on planning teams for foreign dignitaries at the White House, Pentagon, Arlington National Cemetery and many other well-known areas in the nation’s capital.
Upon leaving the military, Greg enrolled for his B.S in Recreation and Tourism Management at Penn State University. Greg enhanced his education with an internship with the Department of the Navy where he became a community activities specialist planning special events in Chinhae, Korea and throughout Southeast Asia. Greg was later offered a position in the Civilian, Afloat Recreation Program where he would work onboard the USS Nassau as a special events programmer. The Nassau Battle Group benefited from his expertise in Europe, the Middle East and during a visit to the Seychelle Islands.
After leaving the Department of the Navy, Greg went back to academia to complete his M.B.A at Wilkes University. During this time Greg paralleled his studies with a marketing and event planning position with New York City Vacation Packages. It was at this time Greg fell in love with the Big Apple and upon completion of his master’s degree he was brought on as the Catering and Events Sales Manager at the historic Warwick New York Hotel. After several years of experience Greg was recruited to be a Director of Sales for Landmark Hospitality which is made up of several large event venues from New York City, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. While learning to continue to hone his trade Greg was approached with a unique opportunity with Restaurant Depot and was brought on board as the Regional Sales Director where he was responsible for properties from Massachusetts to Virginia. Having had the ability to test the waters for several years Greg began to miss hospitality and decided to return home to Pennsylvania as the Director of Food and Beverage at Split Rock Resort. Embracing change and challenges Greg had the privilege and opportunity of building a F&B program and team from the ground up.
During his free time Greg enjoys bowling, hiking, target shooting, and spending time with family. His favorite memories include pizza Mondays, after dinner ice cream runs, traveling to parts unknown and Christmas Eve dinners with his family, Donna, Cassidy and Noah.