Two New Vice Presidents at Travel Leaders Corporate

Travis Harper
Travis Harper

Travel Leaders Corporate has announced that Travis Harper has been hired as the vice president of sales, while Parker Schlank has been appointed to the newly created position of vice president of consulting and analytics.

As vice president of sales, Harper will develop the sales and marketing strategies across Travel Leaders Corporate. Schlank will focus on further building out Travel Leaders Corporate’s Travel Consulting offering while also being responsible for the company’s analytics, data management and client reporting. 

Parker Schlank
Parker Schlank

Harper joins Travel Leaders Corporate with more than a decade of successful sales experience. Most recently as an enterprise account executive with Salesforce, he was responsible for driving revenue expansion for the company’s marketing-driven software with Fortune 500 accounts and managing the entire sales process. Prior to that, Harper was with PR Newswire, advancing over his eight years there to the position of executive account director where he expanded market share and managed the entire sales process for his territory. He was twice was named PR Newswire President’s Club winner for excellence in sales performance.

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Schlank’s previous roles within Travel Leaders Corporate included controller, vice president of finance, data and strategic partnerships and most recently as vice president of growth.

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