Coffee Time

Coffee Time

Frank and his daughter, Sophie, enjoying a day on the slopes.

Coffee Time with Industry Vets: Frank Maduro of AIC

Get to know the man behind the suit (and the captivating smile), Frank Maduro, v.p. of marketing at All Inclusive Collection (AIC), in this installment of Coffee Time with Industry Vets Q&A series.
Clarissa taking in the view during her trip to Brazil.

Coffee Time with Industry Vets: Clarissa Mattos of Eurail

Growing up in a small town in Brazil, Clarissa Mattos, Eurail’s North America market manager, didn't take her first memorable trip until the age of 8. . And now, the travel bug has given her a bite so to speak. We’ll let her explain more in this installment of our Coffee Time With Industry Vets Q&A series.
Andy Stuart, President and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line, aboard the company's first cruise to Cuba.

Coffee Time With Industry Vets: Andy Stuart

Andy Stuart, CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line, had an early start to his international travel experience—taking his first trip before his first steps—but it wasn't always smooth sailing. We'll let him explain in this edition of the Coffee Time With Industry Vets Q&A series.
A selfie of Josh in Venice.

Coffee Time with Industry Vets: Josh Leibowitz

Josh Leibowitz, CSO for Carnival Corporation and senior v.p. for Cunard North America, most recent trip was a Transatlantic sailing from London to New York on Cunard's Queen Mary 2. Though at first he wasn't sure how he would fill his time while out at sea for seven consecutive days, he now adds it as a must-do experience for travelers. We’ll let him explain in this edition of the Coffee Time With Industry Vets Q&A series.
Steve Lassman golfing on his travels.

Coffee Time with Industry Vets: Steve Lassman

Steve Lassman v.p. of villa product and agency relations for World Travel Holding's Villas of Distinction, took his first trip at the age of seven to Miami Beach, but it was a job with Cunard Cruise Line that turned him to the travel industry. We'll let him explain...

Coffee Time with Industry Vets: Lucille Sive

Think you know Lucille Sive, think again…. There’s more to Lucille Sive, CEO of the Travel Corporation's Africa division, than meets the eye, so we decided to ask her those comical, personal and telling questions to reveal the woman behind the suit
Terry Dale, president and CEO at United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA).

Coffee Time with Industry Vets: Terry Dale

Terry Dale a busy man, but not so busy that he can’t take time to stop and try chicken feet, check Antarctica off his bucket list, or plan a honeymoon to Istria with his partner Rich. Needless to say, Terry is not your average president/CEO...
Peggy at Kathmandu Bamboo School.

Coffee Time with Industry Vets: Peggy Goldman

Peggy's travels have led her to give back to communities around the world. She's contributed to funding for the digging of wells for rural families without clean water in Cambodia, and has sponsored a Kiva micro-lending team. She has also launched the Friendly Planet Travel Foundation, in honor of her deceased son Daniel.
Kirstin with children in Myanmar.

Coffee Time with Industry Vets: Kristin Karst

Think you know Kristin Karst, executive v.p. and co-owner of AmaWaterways, think again…
Keith (left) and Jared (right) are the minds behind Menin Hospitality, both of whom fell in love with the travel industry in their teens.

Coffee Time with Industry Vets: Menin Hospitality’s Keith Menin and Jared...

Think you know Keith Menin and Jared Galbut, think again...


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