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Gould Named to Travel Leaders West Post

October 15, 2009 By: George Dooley

Roger Gould has been named vice president of sales for Travel Leaders Corporate in its West region. Gould will serve alongside Travel Leaders Corporate veterans Ronda Shipley and Mary Ann Willingham. Shipley and Willingham serve in the same capacities for Travel Leaders Corporate’s Central and East regions, respectively. All three executives report directly to Travel Leaders Corporate Vice President of Sales and Business Development John Brehm.

“We are thrilled to enlist Roger Gould’s exceptional expertise to cement our leadership position as one of the nation’s top and fastest-growing travel management companies,” noted David Holyoke, president of Travel Leaders Corporate. “As we continue building an impressive team comprised of extraordinary Travel Leaders, we are confident in our ability to deliver a true ‘departure from the ordinary’ to our growing roster of clients. The talents of industry veterans like John Brehm, Roger Gould, Ronda Shipley and Mary Ann Willingham provide us with a solid foundation from which to grow even further.”

Like Brehm, Gould comes directly to Travel Leaders Corporate from American Express. During his 16 years tenure, Gould held various sales leadership and consulting positions, including corporate payment and travel management initiatives. Based in Scottsdale, AZ, Gould earned his B.A. from the University of Florida and his M.S. from University of Hartford.

Travel Leaders is one of the top 10-ranked travel companies, formed in 2008 by the former Carlson Wagonlit Travel Associates, TraveLeaders and Tzell Travel Group. Visit


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