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Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Names New Chairperson, US Director

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - January 30, 2019

By the Caribbean Journal staff

The Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority has a pair of high-profile new appointments.

Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Minister Charles Fernandez announced the appointment of Lorraine Headley-Raeburn as the new chairperson of the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority, along with the appointment of Dean Fenton as its new US Director of Tourism.

Antigua Barbuda Tourism Appointments

Headley-Raeburn will also serve as a consultant to the tourism authority.

She 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,” according to a statement.

Antigua Barbuda Tourism Appointments

“I am very excited that Lorraine Headley-Raeburn has agreed to join our Tourism leadership team and that we have appointed Dean Fenton as the US Director of Tourism. We have just celebrated another record-breaking year in Tourism arrivals, welcoming over one million visitors in 2018,” Fernandez said in a statement. “With increased airlift, new properties set to open, and the opening of a fifth berth in St. John’s we are uniquely positioned for sustained growth. The appointments of these two talented and dedicated Antiguans are critical to our continued success.”

— CJ

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