Trinidadian Brian Frontin is the newly elected President of the Caribbean Society of Hotel Association Executives, according to a release from the association.
Frontin takes over the reins from seasoned hotel and tourism association executive Stacy Cox of the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Over his two-year term, Frontin said “considerable emphasis will be placed on enhancing the profiles of CSHAE and all of its Association Executive members.”
Frontin said he wants to strengthen the capacity of national hotel and tourism associations and their staff leadership to increase their value proposition, and to review and redefine the role of the association within the governance framework of the umbrella Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association.
For his 2020-2022 tenure, Frontin is supported by an executive committee comprising Cox, who serves as CEO of the Turks & Caicos Hotel & Tourism Association; Noorani Azeez, vice president, who is executive vice president of the Saint Lucia Hospitality & Tourism Association; Miles B. M. Mercera (treasurer), CEO of the Curaçao Hospitality & Tourism Association; and Véronique Legris (secretary), executive director of the Saint Martin Hotel Association.
The Executive Committee will be supported by Caribbean Society of Hotel Association Executives Board members Senator Rudy Grant, CEO of the Barbados Hotel & Tourism Association; Tisa LaSorte, CEO & President of the Aruba Hotel & Tourism Association; and Stephen Todd, CEO of the Bermuda Hotel Association.
The Caribbean Society of Hotel Association Executives is an independent organization established by The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association to support the professional development of national hotel and tourism association executives from the 33 member national hotel and tourism associations.
The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association bills itself as the Caribbean’s leading association representing the interests of national hotel and tourism associations for more than 55 years, working with some 1,000 hotel and allied members, and 33 National Hotel Associations.
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