CIE Tours International Names Elizabeth Crabill As Chief Executive Officer
WHY IT RATES: This should be a seamless transition. Crabill has a wealth of experience, and Stack will be in an emeritus role for advice. – Rich Thomaselli, TravelPulse Senior Editor
PHOTO: Elizabeth Crabill, the new CEO of CIE. (Courtesy CIE Tours International)
CIE Tours International has announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Elizabeth Crabill as Chief Executive Officer and member of its Board of Directors.
Elizabeth takes over the position from Brian Stack, who has retired after 25 years with the company, and will transition into a role as President Emeritus of CIE Tours.
“I am excited to join the team at CIE Tours, taking over the helm from Brian who has led the company through many years of growth, always with integrity and the highest commitment to customer satisfaction and quality of travel experience,” she said. “The team has achieved a well-earned position as the leader in Ireland and Britain travel, and I look forward to capturing that momentum and creating future growth through new products, online tools and expanded customer support services.”
With her dynamic experience in the travel industry, Elizabeth brings marketing, sales and growth experience to her new position. Most recently, she served as President of Travel Bound and GTA North America. Previously she worked at Lindblad Expeditions as Vice President of Sales and Marketing, after several years leading marketing at Travel Impressions. She earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School, a bachelor’s degree from Smith College and also attended the University of Cordoba in Spain.
The entire team at CIE Tours extends a warm welcome to Elizabeth and looks forward to working with her to continue strengthening the company’s position as the leading provider of vacations to Ireland and Britain.
For additional information, please visit www.cietours.com.
SOURCE: CIE Tours International press release
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