July 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);7/17/2009, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Association of Women Travel Executives (AWTE) is launching a new project to encourage senior women in the industry to step up to board level. According to AWTE chairman Tricia Handley, the details of the Boardroom Ready project would be announced on July 20, 2009. It was revealed that the project will consist of a series of workshops examining issues such as the roles and responsibilities of being a board member, and how to understand boardroom politics.


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