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Belize’s Newest Tourism Executive

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - March 22, 2015

Above: Belize

The Belize Tourism Industry Association has its newest executive director.

The BTIA announced that John Burgos officially began work as the association’s executive director last week.

Burgos comes to the BTIA with 10 years of experience in the Education Sector and seven years’ experience at management-level positions both in the private and public sectors.

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Above: new Executive Director John Burgos

“With his recent addition to the team this consolidates the Board of Director’s emphasis on a renewed and revitalized Secretariat that will be taking on a significantly increased and proactive role in servicing our Secretariat obligations to the membership and also meeting the needs and challenges of our members in the various Destinations and Sectors that form part of the BTIA,” the BTISA said in a statement.

Burgos is a graduate of the University of Belize.

In a statement, Burgos said he “welcomes the opportunity to positively influence the tourism industry by contributing to the goals and objectives of the Belize Tourism Industry Association.”

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