New board members of SITE revealed

Great Britain chapter has named the industry leaders who will serve in 2019, as well as president elect for 2020.

The Great Britain chapter of SITE has announced a list of industry leaders who will serve on the board for 2019.

They are:

Sue Burgess – president 2019

Lindsay Hyde – immediate past president

Elliot Grant – president elect 2020

Fiona McGrory  – secretariat/treasurer

Peter Groom – director of sponsorship

Leigh Butterfield – director of events

Lisa Lernoux-Dock – director of CSR and media/speaker liaison

Anthony Kelly – director of marketing

Isabella Magro – young leader representative/social media

The board provides leadership to carry out SITE’s mission to promote global incentive and motivational travel to reward, retain and motivate.

Incoming chapter president Sue Burgess said: "The chapter has some amazing talent on board and our focus this year will be on further supporting our members with the creation of a UK dedicated web site.

"I am proud of the engaging and educational events we have delivered in the past and look forward to an exciting 2019 programme including our September Summit with a focus on sustainability with a twist," she added.

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