Fri, 5 Oct 2018

Karen Clayton to Join IATA in April 2019

IATA has confirmed that Karen Clayton will join IATA as the Associationís Corporate Secretary effective April 2019.

 Karen joins IATA from Air New Zealand where she has held the role of General Counsel and Company Secretary since 2016.

As Corporate Secretary, Karen will ensure the integrity of IATAís governance framework, including management of the Associationís Board of Governors and its various committees.

The IATA Board of Governors is elected by the Associationís 290-strong membership and consists of CEOs from 31 airlines and IATAís Director General and CEO.

As a member of IATAís Strategic Leadership Team, Karen will also support the Director General and CEO with advice and input on IATAís strategic plans and industry initiatives.

Karen will take over IATAís Corporate Secretary role from Paul Steele who is currently IATAís Corporate Secretary and Senior Vice President for Member and External Relations.

When Karen joins IATA in April 2019, Steele will focus on strengthening IATAís advocacy activities in his continued role as Senior Vice President for Member and External Relations.

ďKaren brings with her a wealth of experience that will ensure the continued effective management of IATAís governance processes. Moreover, her industry expertise, leadership on diversity and inclusion, and strategic boardroom experience will contribute to IATAís overall success in fulfilling its mission to represent, lead and serve the global airline industry,Ē said Alexandre de Juniac, IATAís Director General and CEO.

A national of the United Kingdom, Karen holds a Law Degree from Sheffield University and a Diploma in Legal Practice from Exeter University.

Karen was admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales in 1999. After beginning her career in legal firms in the UK and Australia, Karen moved into corporate practice where she served as General Counsel and Company Secretary at National Grid Plc, then General Counsel at Mercury NZ Ltd, prior to joining Air New Zealand.

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