Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has boosted its Australasian team with two new appointments to support its travel agent membership and corporate partners.
Together, they will increase CLIA’s capacity to serve and train the travel trade community, helping agents to get the most from the exclusive benefits of their CLIA membership.
Robyn de Wit (pictured, right) has been appointed to the role of Membership Development Manager to provide increased engagement with CLIA’s travel agent members. She will be responsible for growing the CLIA member base and engaging with the existing membership, while also providing support and development to maximise membership benefits.
Joanne Nichols (pictured, left) has been appointed Instructional Design & Development Manager, taking a leading role in developing new educational opportunities for travel agent members. She will be responsible for introducing new technology to CLIA’s extensive Learning Academy, bringing the latest in design and interactivity to an expanding education platform.
CLIA Managing Director Australasia, Joel Katz, said the new appointments would make the organisation more effective in serving its travel agent community.
“Robyn and Joanne both bring specialised knowledge and extensive experience to their roles, giving CLIA the ability to better cater to its membership and introduce new services,” he said. “We’re delighted to welcome them to the CLIA Australasia team.”