NACTA Makes New Appointments

NACTA has promoted Mary Clegg to vice president and named Robert “Bob” Duglin as its new business development manager



Mary Clegg // (c) 2010

Clegg

The National Association of Career Travel Agents’ (NACTA) president, Scott Koepf, has promoted Mary Clegg to vice president and named Robert “Bob” Duglin as its new business development manager.

Clegg’s extensive travel industry experience will be instrumental in the continued success of the association. She is a 23-year veteran of the travel industry and has been involved with travel agent business development since 1987. She began her professional career in television and radio broadcasting and started her travel career as a sales manager with Funjet Vacations in 1987.

Robert Duglin // (c) 2010

Duglin

Duglin has been a successful home-based agent for the past six years, has been involved in the travel industry for more than 25 years and formerly owned a brick-and-mortar agency in the Cleveland, Ohio, area.

“Bob came to NACTA as the South Florida chapter director and has been an enthusiastic and valuable addition to the organization,” said Koepf.

 

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