MOTT Celebrates Women Tourism Leaders During Women’s History Month

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As part of Women’s History Month, the Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism has compiled recent profiles of women leaders active in the Bay State’s travel and tourism industry. They include:

Laurie Norton Moffatt, Director & CEO of Norman Rockwell Museum

Amy Latimer, President of TD Garden

Ellie Donovan, Executive Director of Plimoth Plantation

Danny Levy, Chief Customer Officer at MBTA

Heloisa Maria Galvao, Executive Director of the Brazilian Women’s Group & Brazilian Independence Day Festival

Barbara Erickson, President & CEO of The Trustees of the Reservations

Sue Dahling Sullivan, ArtWeek Lead Champion/Chief Strategic Officer, Boch Center

Susan Chu, English Secretary of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of New England (CCBA) and New Year’s Lunar Celebration in Boston

Carole Copeland Thomas, Chair of the Multicultural Committee at the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau

Dagny Ashley, Director of Tourism and Marketing at Destination New Bedford

Marita Rivero, Executive Director at the Museum of African American History

Julie Doherty Pagano, General Manager of Bay State Cruise Company

Kay Simpson, Director of the Springfield Museums

Dusty Rhodes, President of Conventures

Vicki Saltzman, Director of Communications at the Clarke Art Institute & Museum

These profiles are part of the MA Spotlight series, a monthly conversation with leaders from the Massachusetts travel and tourism industry published in MOTT’s industry newsletter and posted on the MassFinds Blog.