Globus Expands Canadian Team, Including New Senior Director of Marketing, Ainsley Ericksen

Ainsley Ericksen, Senior Director of Marketing, Globus family of brands.
Ainsley Ericksen, Senior Director of Marketing, Globus family of brands.

The Globus family of brands in Canada is welcoming new Senior Director of Marketing Ainsley Ericksen to its team. Ericksen brings with her more than 20 years of travel industry experience, including her most recent stint as senior director, global marketing for Rocky Mountaineer.

“Ainsley is just the marketing leader we need in Canada,” said Stéphanie Bishop, managing director of the Globus family of brands. “She has enjoyed a successful history of building effective marketing teams and processes while inspiring a culture of curiosity. And we look forward to supporting her as she blends her experience with our needs, including generating booking demand while delivering robust, 360-degree communications across all advisor and traveller touch-points.”

“I very much look forward to bringing my international experience and passion for travel to the Globus family of brands,” said Ericksen of her new role. Her 20 years of global marketing and sales experience also includes positions at Destination Vancouver, Tourism Australia, and Tourism New Zealand.


In addition to hiring Ericksen as senior director, marketing, other Globus family of brands’ team members with new or enhanced positions across the company’s Canadian sales team include: Fiona Schonewille (full-time sales for BC Territory); Peter Ouzounov (full-time sales for BC Territory) and Leslie Schaff (full-time sales for Prairies and the Territories).

“We’re witnessing a great resurgence in international travel and with these new and enhanced hires across Canada, we’re poised to welcome Canadian travellers back to the world,” added Bishop.

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