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  • SITE International Board Elected

      The Society for Incentive Travel Excellence (SITE) has elected its 2024 international board of directors. Jennifer Attersall, director, incentive travel, Destination Canada; Mary Clare Darland, director, sourcing, Maritz Global Events; and Marissa Fernandez, managing director, DMS Destination Marketing Services, have been elected to serve three-year terms, commencing January 2024. Colleen Brzozowski, regional director, global sales – Midwest, Hard Rock International, was re-elected for a further three-year term. SITE’s board of directors has also elected the following directors to officer…

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    New Chair For Destination Toronto

      Destination Toronto announced Rekha Khote, CEO, MK2 Hospitality, as chair of its board of directors. Khote was elected at the 98th Annual General Meeting. “Rekha’s passion for Toronto’s tourism and hospitality community combined with her business acumen make her a natural choice to fill the leadership role of chair,” said Scott Beck, president and CEO of Destination Toronto. “On behalf of our entire destination, I’d like to express my gratitude to Rekha and the entire board of directors for…

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    Flair Elects First Female Board Chair

      Flair Airlines has announced that Julia Haywood is the new chair of the company’s board of directors, making her the first female airline board chair in Canadian history. She succeeds Bill Hardy, the airline’s long-time chair of the board of directors and former chief operating officer, who passed away in early 2023. Haywood joined Flair’s board in July 2021. Her 20-year career includes roles of increasing responsibility, including serving as executive vice-president and chief commercial officer of United Airlines, as…

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  • Genaya Cameron Joins MPI Board

      Genaya Cameron, CMM, senior director, event operations at the Halifax Convention Centre, is joining the international board of directors of Meeting Professionals International (MPI), the world’s largest association of events industry professionals. Cameron is the first Atlantic Canadian to sit on the board in more than 15 years, serving a one-year term. “With our industry restabilized, it’s an exciting time to join MPI’s leadership and showcase the impact of live, in-person events,” said Cameron, who has been at the…

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