SITE announces 2015 board of directors

The Society for Incentive Travel Excellence (SITE) has announced its international board of directors for 2015, with Maritz Travel Company's Rhonda Brewer named as president.

SITE announces 2015 board of directors
SITE announces 2015 board of directors

The international board, which will be effective as of 1 January 2015, includes Rhonda Brewer, Martiz Travel Company, who will take up the role of president, with Paul Miller, Spectra, taking over as immediate past president.

The full list of the SITE 2015 executive committee is as follows:

Rhonda Brewer, president; Maritz Travel Company, Fenton, Missouri, USA

Paul Miller, immediate past president; Spectra, London, England

Rajeev Kohli, president-elect; Creative Travel Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, India

Aoife Delaney, vice president finance; Ovation Global DMC, Dun Laoghaire, Ireland

Olga Navarro, vice president; ITB Dmc, Barcelona, Spain

Philip Eidsvold, executive committee member-at-large; AIMIA, Plymouth, Minnesota, USA

Kevin Hinton, ex-officio; Society for Incentive Travel Excellence, Chicago, Illinois, US

SITE president 2015, Rhonda Brewer, said: "SITE is extremely fortunate to have such a strong group of industry leaders to help drive the success of our association.

"I look forward to working with the group of people that will serve on this board."

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