ILEA 2019 board announced

The new board will be led by Carlo Zoccali, who is remaining president of the association for a second term.

The International Live Events Association UK Chapter (ILEA) has announced its new board for 2018/19.

Carlo Zoccali will act as president, focussing the association’s efforts on partnerships within and outside of the events industry.

Joining Zoccali on the board will be:
Celia Lavin, Sodexo, as vice president - membership 
Zak Roby, TMB events, as vice president – programmes
Nick Tinker, Cvent, as vice president -  education
Mark Stormont, Stormont London, as international engagement
Rui Cruz Alves, TFI Group, as brand advisor
Mark Maher, Boulevard Events, as wellbeing advisor
David Lewis, DRP, as marketing director
Alistair Turner, EIGHT PR & Marketing, as vice president – finance  
Luci Beaufort-Dysart, Hyphen, as education director
Calum Di Lieto, editor of C&IT Magazine, as VP of marcomms

A statement by ILEA said the board reflects the chapter’s focus on partnerships across the industry, encompassing expertise throughout the events mix, from marketing agencies to brand consultancies, and those talking to corporate planners, to venues, and to support service businesses.

"I’m delighted to welcome every board member and thank them for their contribution to ILEA and the wider growth of our industry," said Zoccali.

"We have a brilliant board, with the right knowledge so we can continue to be the only association that speaks the language of businesses and brands. We’re also looking forward to continuing our collaborations with other industry associations, and inviting them to engage more with our own membership."

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