Kimberley Wood Appointed Maritime Travel's Director of Branch Operations for Western Canada

Maritime Travel has announced the appointment of Kimberley Wood as Director of Branch Operations for Western Canada.

Wood will oversee Maritime Travel's 22 leisure agencies in British Columbia and Alberta.

“We’re excited to welcome Kimberley to the Maritime Travel team,” says Carol Buchanan, President, Retail, Maritime Travel.

With extensive experience in leading agency teams, Wood joins Maritime Travel from previous roles at Transat Distribution Canada and American Express Travel.

“Kimberley brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in directing the daily operations of agency teams, most recently at Transat Distribution Canada, and previously at American Express Travel,” says Buchanan. “Western Canada is an important market for Maritime Travel, and we look forward to working with Kimberley as we continue to grow and prosper there.”

Headquartered in Halifax, Maritime Travel has over 90 agencies across the country.

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