Two Antiguans and Barbudans have been appointed to top positions in the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority (ABTA).
They are Lorraine Headley-Raeburn, the new Chairperson of the ABTA Board of Directors, and Dean Fenton who has been appointed the new US Director of Tourism.
According to a release from the ABTA, Headley-Raeburn will also serve as a consultant to the Tourism Authority. “As Non-Executive Chairperson of the ABTA, Headley-Raeburn will be responsible for overseeing the development of policies and strategies designed to strengthen Antigua and Barbuda’s reputation as a world-class tourism and travel destination and achieve continued growth in tourism arrivals.”
In announcing the recent developments, Minister of Tourism and Investment Charles “Max” Fernandez said: “The appointments of these two talented and dedicated Antiguans are critical to our continued success.
Headley-Raeburn is the perfect person to have at the helm to maximise all opportunities to ensure our aggressive tourism goals are met; her advice and leadership will be invaluable.”