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Aoife Delaney Elected to Site International Board of Directors

Ovation Global DMC has announced that Aoife Delaney, Director of Global Sales, has been elected to the Site International Board of Directors for a three year term commencing January 1st 2012. The board, which sets the programmes and agenda for the incentive travel trade association, has a more wide reaching leadership than ever with new representatives from Spain, India and Ireland joining members from destinations including Argentina, China, South Africa and the United States.

Since joining Site in 2007, Delaney has played an active role within the organisation; participating in Site Ireland Chapter events and serving as Co Chair of the Site Young Leaders Committee 2009-2010. In 2011, she was Chair of Site’s International Conference in Las Vegas.

Delaneycommented: "Being part of Site has been hugely educational for me and I am really excited to take the opportunity to join the Board of Directors. Site Young Leaders is a passion of mine and I hope to bring some value to the wonderful programmes created by the team to educate and support young people coming into this industry."