Elizabeth Blair, the former CEO of 24 Hour Fitness, San Ramon, CA, has a new job.
Blair is now the CEO of Miraval Group, a luxury resort and spa company. Miraval Group also recently announced it has invested in ESPA, a London-based provider of luxury spa and wellness products and services.
as CEO of 24 Hour Fitness in September 2013 after serving as the company's executive vice president, chief strategy officer and general counsel. She left 24 Hour after Forstmann Little and Co. sold the company in May for $1.85 billion to a group led by AEA Investors and the Ontario Teachers' Credit Union.
Prior to joining 24 Hour, Blair co-founded and served as CEO of Internet marketing firm Brand.net. Blair also spent nine years at Yahoo!, where she served as senior vice president of business operations.
Miraval Group, Menlo Park, CA, is owned by affiliates of KSL Capital Partners LLC—which sold The Bay Club Company in June—and Revolution Places. Miraval's flagship property is Miraval Resort & Spa in Tucson, AZ.