Greaves joins BTA board
Bermudian attorney Sophia Greaves has been appointed to the Bermuda Tourism Authority board of directors.
She replaces hospitality real estate executive Allison Reid whose term on the board has expired.
Ms Greaves is a director in the corporate department of Conyers Dill and Pearman. According to a press release, her practice at Conyers spans a number of specialisations with particular emphasis on securitizations, mergers and acquisitions and the formation, licensing and ongoing regulatory requirements for Bermuda reinsurers.
Bermuda Tourism Authority chairman of the Board David Dodwell stated: “We welcomed Sophia onto the board this morning and she is already making positive contributions that will assist us in continuing the tourism comeback in Bermuda.
“Her professional background in corporate law is an asset around the table, especially as the Bermuda Tourism Authority works to attract new investment into the Bermuda tourism economy.”
Ms Greaves said: “I am very pleased to join a board that has already proven the strength of its leadership by building a high quality organisation that is achieving results for Bermuda.
“I look forward to working closely with the board of directors and the team at the Bermuda Tourism Authority to advance the fine work that is already under way and to continue to develop the Bermuda tourism product as a dynamic brand that is synonymous with excellence.”
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