Devon Liburd Appointed CEO at Nevis Tourism Authority

The Nevis Tourism Authority (NTA) has appointed Devon Liburd as its chief executive officer.

“I’m delighted that the Board of Directors has confirmed my appointment as CEO of the NTA. The past few months have had its challenges but with the support of the minister of tourism [Mark Brantley], the board of directors and the staff, I have been able to overcome them, and I look forward to moving the Nevis Tourism Authority and tourism on Nevis forward,” he said.

The new NTA CEO noted that he plans to continue to seek support from all sectors in an effort to make the destination a leading one.

“I will continue to seek the support of everyone including our hoteliers, our stakeholders and our international partners, as we strive to grow the destination as the premier destination of choice to all prospective visitors,” he said.

Brantley, who is also the minister of tourism in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA), described Liburd as a career tourism professional with more than 20 years of experience in sales and marketing. Liburd has been employed at the NTA since its inception in 2001.

He said Liburd also holds a bachelor’s degree in tourism management from the University of the West Indies and a master’s degree in strategic tourism management from the CERAM European School of Business in France.

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