CSHAE Elects New Executive Committee

The Caribbean Society of Hotel Association Executives (CSHAE) recently held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Leadership Conference prior to the Caribbean Travel Marketplace where members voted for its executive committee for 2016-2018.

Association executives from 15 national hotel and tourism associations met and elected the following individuals to the CSHAE executive committee:

Neil Forrester, general manager, Antigua Hotels & Tourism Association, was elected as president of CSHAE.

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Stacey Cox, association executive, Turks & Caicos Hotel and Tourism Association, was elected first vice president and president-elect of CSHAE.

Brian Frontin, CEO of Trinidad Hotels, Restaurant and Tourism Association, was elected treasurer of CSHAE.

Irene Dingjan, CEO of the Bonaire Hotel and Tourism Association, was elected as secretary of CSHAE.

Gilda Gumbs-Samuel, executive director of the Anguilla Hotel & Tourism Association, holds the position of chairman of CSHAE, having served as president for the 2014-16 term.
 
Other members elected to the CSHAE Board of Directors include Sue Springer, executive vice president of the Barbados Hotel & Tourism Association; Jim Hepple, president and CEO of the Aruba Hotel and Tourism Association and Stephen Todd, CEO of the Bermuda Hotel Association.

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