Grenada Tourism Authority welcomes new Board of Directors

The Eastern Caribbean paradise known as Grenada is a hidden gem with offerings that can make it a repeat destination for many of your customers. But a successful destination like this isn’t just about natural beauty, which is why a strong tourism organization is essential.

Good to know: The Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) recently announced the appointment of its new 11-member board, with entrepreneur Randall Dolland as its new chairman. Dolland holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration, with a concentration in finance, from SUNY Stony Brook in the United States. Throughout his career, Dolland has worked in a variety of tourism-related fields, including as Sales and Marketing Manager for the former Flamboyant Hotel and as Director of the former Grenada Tourist Board.

“I am truly honored to serve as Chairman of the Board because for many years I have been a player in this industry and can be intimately connected to the challenges currently affecting the industry,” Dolland said in a statement. Press release. “In this role, I look forward to joining with all stakeholders and strategic partners to advance our tourism agenda.”

The other appointments to the GTA Board of Directors are:

  • Dr. George Vincent, Vice President
  • Mr. Orlando Romain
  • Dr. Charles Modica, St. George’s University
  • Mrs. Allison Caton, Rep. Carriacou & Petite Martinique
  • Ms. Jacqueline Alexis
  • Ms. Janelle Hopkin, Hospitality Industry
  • Mr. Marlon Glean, Sports/Legal
  • Permanent Secretary, wrf Economic Development, Planning, Tourism and Creative Economy
  • Representative, Grenada Chamber of Commerce
  • Representative, Grenada Taxi Association

This new board of directors represents several sectors of the industry, which is essential to ensure the success of this destination of the three islands. Their diverse and innovative leadership approach will ensure the creation of long-term sustainable strategies to grow the business and development interests of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.

For travel advisors, this means a destination product you can continue to recommend with confidence, knowing that its experiences, attractions and accommodations will meet and exceed the expectations of your most discerning customers.

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