Ovation's Aoife Delaney to become Site Vice-President in 2014

Aoife Delaney, director of Global Sales for Ovation, the destination services division of event management agency MCI, has been elected Vice-President of Site for 2014.

Previous board directors include Patrick Delaney, Padraic Gilligan, Hugo Slimbrouck and Roger Tondeur, who have all served as Site President and Sebastien Tondeur, a founding member of the Site Young Leaders Programme in 2006, an initiative which Aoife served as co-chair of in 2010.

Delaney said: "Being involved with the Site Young Leaders since 2008 and serving as Chair of the Site International Committee in 2011 has provided me with invaluable experience and lasting professional connections.

"Site will continue to flourish under Paul Miller’s presidency in 2014. I am honoured to be given this opportunity to continue Ovation’s superb legacy of leadership with Site."

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