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New CITA Board of Directors for 2022 - 23

Tourism 27 Oct, 2022 Follow News

Troy Leacock

A new influx of leadership has been added to the Executive Board of the Cayman Islands Tourism Association (CITA). Following its recent Annual General Meeting, the CITA also retained continuity to the overall board of directors.

The CITA Board includes three new additions: Kimberley Dangerfield, Eileen Keens and Steven Andre. Mr. Marc Langevin has become the Past President and will remain on the board to help guide the CITA into the future as his commitment to the Tourism Industry remains strong.

The complete CITA Board of Directors for 2022 – 23

 

Allied:

Casey Goff (Jacques Scott)

Eileen Keens (Yellow)

Hotel:

Steven Andre (The Kimpton) #

Sharlene Brenkus (Wyndham Resorts)

Transport:

Gary Todd (Budget Grand Cayman) #

Restaurant:

Ron Hargrave (Tukka)

Markus Mueri (Abacus / Karoo)

Condominium / Villa:

Wendy Moore (Renaissance)

Danielle Wolfe (Caribbean Club)

Watersports:

Troy Leacock (Crazy Crab)

Stephen Broadbelt (Ocean Frontiers)

Attractions:

Walker Romanica (Cayman Spirits Company) #

Sister Islands:

Kimberley Dangerfield (Clearly Cayman) #

# Indicates a 2-year Term

 

The Executive Board:

President – Troy Leacock

Vice President – Wendy Moore

Secretary – Sharlene Brenkus

Treasure – Markus Mueri

 

Newley elected President, Mr. Troy Leacock said, “I’m very excited to work with the new Board of Directors for the upcoming year as we strive to increase and broaden our membership to fully represent and engage all stakeholders of the tourism industry. We look forward to welcoming many of the hundreds of small and micro businesses which are an important part of our tourism tapestry.”

The 22-23 board is also excited about the tourism arrival projections for 2023. During his farewell address, Past President Langevin said he was thrilled about the new Cayman Airways direct flight to Los Angeles (LAX). “At a time when other carriers have reduced routes, it is a blessing that Cayman has the ability and vision to open a direct flight to the LA market, setting Cayman in a unique value proposition which will set us apart from all other Caribbean islands and compete even against the Hawaiian Islands.”

The immediate goal of the new Board will be to work diligently to help our members meet the challenges and opportunities as the industry turns the page from reopening to now rebuilding.

For more information about the Cayman Islands Tourism Association or to become a member, please visit www.cita.ky.


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