The Anguilla Tourist Board has appointed a new Deputy Director of Tourism, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The ATB has promoted Shellya Rogers-Webster to the role, in which she will manage the board’s internal and external relationships and communications.
“I am very pleased to see Mrs. Shellya Rogers-Webster elevated to the post of Deputy Director of Tourism,” said Anguilla Tourism Minister Haydn Hughes. “She brings a wealth of knowledge and a level of professionalism that is a hallmark of the Ministry. I look forward to continuing to work with Mrs. Rogers-Webster over the next four and a half years and beyond.”
She had most recently served as manager for corporate affairs at the Anguilla Tourist Board.
“Shellya Rogers-Webster has proven herself to be an invaluable asset to the Anguilla Tourist Board,” said ATB Chairman Kenroy Herbert. “Her impressive administrative skills have served us well in guiding the organization through some challenging times. With this well-deserved promotion, the Board recognizes her contribution to the agency, and we have every confidence that she will continue to exceed expectations in her new position.”