NACTA Promotes Robert Duglin to Vice President

robert duglinThe National Association of Career Travel Agents (NACTA) reports the promotion of Robert Duglin to Vice President of Sales and Industry Relations for NACTA.  

Duglin joined NACTA as a travel agent member in 2008. He was the founding director of NACTA’s South Florida Chapter which currently numbers 130 NACTA travel professionals.

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Duglin worked for NACTA on a contract basis to manage NACTA’s educational and seminar at sea program prior to accepting a full time position as Director of Sales and Industry Relations.

Prior to NACTA, Duglin worked as a front line independent travel consultant and previously served in a variety of management positions at American Airlines, DIRECTV Latin America & Club Vacations USA, and is a resident of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

"As an experienced front line travel professional and former NACTA Chapter Director, Bob understands the needs of our individual members, and has successfully built long term relationships with our supplier & host members,” said President Ann van Leeuwen. ”He has also been instrumental in strengthening the NACTA chapter program.”  

NACTA represents 1,800 members, including travel consultants, regional directors, chapter directors, host agencies and suppliers. =

Duglin is responsible for supplier and host agency relationships, management of NACTA’s Region and Chapter Directors, as well as overseeing NACTA’s supplier based education and FAM related programs. Duglin commented: “NACTA offers real community and professional development for the independent travel consultant.”

NACTA is an affiliate of ASTA, the American Society of Travel Agents.



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