Linda Kent and Judy Boettiger Join Travel Leaders Group’s Hotel Division

Linda Kent
Linda Kent

Travel Leaders Group’s hotel division has just hired Linda Kent and Judy Boettiger to two newly created positions responsible for overseeing its evolving technologies.

Kent will serve as senior director of the hotel division, and report directly to its vice president, Mai Meyaart. Her responsibilities in the new position will include the successful deployment and management of all hotel booking platforms and hotel data management affecting all Travel Leaders Group business units. 

Before joining Travel Leaders Group, Kent held a position at Pegasus Solutions, where she served as senior vice president of business development. In the past, she has also served as senior vice president of electronic distribution for Wyndham Hotel Group and Starwood Hotels & Resorts, and was product manager for Sabre Hotels.

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Judy Boettiger has also accepted a new position at Travel Leaders Group as director of product development for the hotel division. She will be responsible the successful deployment, utilization and management of the company’s proprietary technology platform that agents use for the hotel division, management of supplier and vendor relationships associated with the platform, and also the development, training and marketing programs used to educate agents on the platform.

Boettiger joins Travel Leaders Group from ABC Global Services, where she was manager of its ezBOOKbyABC. She has also served in multiple roles for Travelocity Partner Network, and as a reservations supervisor at Travel Planners.  

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