Gillian Gibson Joins Travelport as Chief Marketing Officer

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 27 January 2011

Travelport has appointed Gillian Gibson as Chief Marketing Officer, with immediate effect.

Prior to joining Travelport, Gillian spent almost eight years with Amadeus IT Group in a variety of senior global commercial roles, most latterly as Group Vice President, Multinational Customer Group. During her time in the organisation she gained valuable experience building new market development strategies and managing large cross-functional teams.

Gillian began her career as a Buyer with General Motors Inc, before moving to National Westminster Bank PLC - leaving as IT Purchasing Manager in 1996 to join MasterCard subsidiary, Mondex International Limited, as Head of Strategic Alliances. She was appointed Commercial Director in 1999. A graduate of Liverpool John Moores University, in 2010 Gillian successfully completed the Sloan Fellowship Leadership and Strategy Programme at the London Business School.

Gillian brings to Travelport a wealth of industry and commercial experience which will be invaluable as we move to the next phase of our strategic development, said Gordon Wilson, President and CEO, Travelport GDS. She will play a critical role in supporting the delivery of top line growth through the deployment and commercialisation of key products like Travelport Universal API and Travelport Universal Desktop and I am delighted to welcome her to the team.

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