Shellya Rogers-Webster Named Deputy Director Of Anguilla Tourism

Shellya Rogers-Webster, Deputy Director of Tourism for Anguilla Tourist Board.
Shellya Rogers-Webster, Deputy Director of Tourism for Anguilla Tourist Board.

The Anguilla Tourist Board (ATB) has promoted Shellya Rogers-Webster to Deputy Director of Tourism.

“She brings a wealth of knowledge and a level of professionalism that is a hallmark of the Ministry,” said Minister of Tourism, Haydn Hughes. “I look forward to continuing to work with Mrs. Rogers-Webster over the next four and a half years and beyond.”

Prior to assuming the position of Deputy Director of Tourism. Rogers-Webster served as the Manager, Corporate Affairs for the ATB, a position she held since her appointment to the agency in JUL 2017.

“I look forward to the challenges and responsibility that will come with my new position, and to working closely with Director (Stacey) Liburd to fulfill the ATB’s mission,” said Rogers-Webster.

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