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Resignation of TAA CEO

Outgoing Tourism Accommodation Australia CEO Carol Giuseppi has been praised for her achievements, drive and dedication over many years after resigning from the position on Friday.

Australian Hotels Association NSW and National President Scott Leach said Carol Guiseppi was well known for her devotion to the accommodation sector.

“Carol’s strong grasp of detailed policy at both the state and national level – and her devotion to her members both large and small - has driven TAA to become the preeminent association for the accommodation industry in Australia,” Mr Leach said.

AHA NSW CEO John Whelan has paid tribute to Ms Giuseppi’s many years of advocacy.

“Carol’s knowledge of the industry is second to none and she’s highly regarded by all in the sector,” he said.

“Carol’s enthusiasm and drive on behalf of TAA’s growing membership base will be missed. I thank her and wish her all the best in the future.”

Tourism Accommodation Australia Chair Martin Ferguson also paid tribute to Ms Giuseppi’s efforts over the last eight years.

“Under her leadership TAA has more than doubled its membership and become the leading advocacy body for the tourism accommodation sector nationally,” Mr Ferguson said. Tourism Accommodation Australia is a division of the Australian Hotels Association.

Taken from TAA Media Release 25 February 2019

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