Delta Vacations has appointed longtime Delta leader Jennie Ho as its new president, replacing John Caldwell, who was promoted to Delta Airlines as Vice President - Seattle.
In Ho's previous position as Delta's managing director - specialty and Canada sales, Ho led a team of more than 70 employees across the United States and Canada. She delivered four billion dollars in annual revenue while supporting focus market growth.
Ho began her career at Delta in 1998 and has held numerous positions, including managing director - pacific pricing and revenue management, managing director - SkyMiles international partnerships and director of North America revenue management.
In addition, Tina Iglio, Delta Vacations' senior vice president, has been promoted to managing director - global sales support for Delta's global sales team. Iglio will be responsible for delivering solution-based customer service, as well as empowerment programs, tools, and technologies to Delta's top travel agency and corporate customers. She will also bring expertise in managing more than 130 people across five Delta Vacations divisions to a team of more than 250 sales associates across seven locations worldwide.
Iglio joined Delta Vacations in 2013 and as Senior Vice President has been responsible for strategy, marketing, product development, revenue management and distribution.
Delta Vacations offers travel agents vacation packages that bundle flights aboard Delta and its partners - Aeromexico, Air France, Alitalia, KLM and Virgin Atlantic - with stays in more than 4,000 hotels and resorts in more than 280 destinations.