Puget Sound Business Journal Names Holland America's Beth Bodensteiner to "40 Under 40"

beth bodensteinerPuget Sound Business Journal has named Holland America Line’s Beth Bodensteiner, senior vice president of revenue management, to their list of “40 Under 40” for 2015. Selected from more than 400 nominees, Bodensteiner, age 39, will be recognized alongside her fellow honorees at a ceremony September 17 at Showbox SODO in Seattle, Washington.

As Holland America Line’s senior vice president of revenue management, Bodensteiner has overall responsibility for revenue management, planning and analysis; operations support; ship inventory; and pricing and demand for cruises aboard the line’s 15 ships.

A University of Washington graduate with a bachelor’s degree in English, Bodensteiner began her career with Holland America in 2002 in public relations. Over her 13-year career with the organization, she advanced through management and director roles to her current position.

Bodensteiner served on the board for Seattle Children’s Theatre.

Celebrating its 17th year, the Puget Sound Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” is an award program that spotlights the top business leaders under the age of 40 who excel in their industry and show dynamic leadership. To earn a 40 Under 40 award, candidates are nominated and then must complete a lengthy application, which is reviewed by a panel of independent judges who are past winners of the award and other leaders in the business community.

Past honorees include executives at Microsoft Corp., nLight Photonics Corp., Clear Channel Outdoor, the Seahawks, TrueBlue and the Cheezburger Network.

In September 2015, the Puget Sound Business Journal will feature a special publication that will highlight the honorees of 40 Under 40 with individual profiles and portraits.

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