Lindsay Pearlman Leaves Ensemble

Lindsay Pearlman Ensemble Conference
Lindsay Pearlman at an Ensemble conference

Ensemble Travel Group CEO David Harris has announced that Lindsay Pearlman, who most recently served as the organization's co-president, is leaving the company. David Harris and Ensemble President Libbie Rice will handle all management responsibilities and running the global operations for Ensemble Travel Group going forward. 

“The Ensemble team and Board of Directors thank him for his 12 years of service,” a spokesperson for the company said of Pearlman in a statement shared with Travel Agent

Pearlman had been serving as co-president of the company, along with Libbie Rice. Harris had been brought into the company in a newly created CEO role earlier this year, with both Pearlman and Rice reporting to him as co-presidents. 

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Pearlman had been co-president of Ensemble Travel Group since January 2011, after serving four years as executive vice president and general manager for Ensemble Canada. Prior to that, he held a number of positions at American Express, including director and general manager, travel services network. He has also been part of General Electric in Calgary, where he was responsible for Western Canada’s Fleet Services division. He has also served on several indistury advisory boards, including for Starwood Hotels & Resorts and the Association of Canadian Travel Agencies (ACTA)

Pearlman currently resides in Toronto, where Harris is also based. The organization’s U.S. office is in New York City

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